Unveiled at Watches and Wonders this season, this Swinging Sautoir watch, contemporizing one of Piaget’s most distinctive signatures from the 1960s and 70s, is centered on a spectacular and rare 25.38 carat oval cabochon Zambian emerald. The draped chain is entirely hand-made from immaculately-formed twisted gold circular links, connected by diamonds and interspersed with emeralds; the chain alone took 130 hours of meticulous work. The oval case, another Piaget signature, vertically positioned to echo the cabochon emerald, is framed in a twisted gold wire, and rimmed in diamonds and emeralds. The malachite dial both pays homage to Piaget’s 1960s ground-breaking creations and showcases the Maison’s incredible skills. The sautoir is finished with a three-strand fringe, a silky cascade of diamonds, tipped with cabochon emeralds. The epitome of Piaget’s dazzling and joyful style.