Monday, 31 October 2011

Dancer by Piaget

Since its debut in 1986, the Dancer watch collection has met with phenomenal success worldwide. The reason? Without doubt, the very particular and original design of the gold bracelets which are supple, delicate constructions of gold bands linked to each other by the dexterous hands of Piaget jewellers. The same detailing of the bracelet is also reflected on the watch, finely engraved in the gold of the bezel.

Piaget now presents two new Dancer creations: a new "mini" Dancer bracelet watch in 18-carat yellow or white gold, and two new dials — a satin-finished version featuring opaline hour zones and a white lacquered version with mother-of-pearl hour zones. Shown here is a Gent's model featuring electronic quartz movement, hour-minute and perpetual date, chronograph with fly-back function and hour-minute counters. This model comes with a black crocodile leather strap and ardillon gold buckle. The new Mini model features satin-finished gold dial with dots indexes.

No comments:

Popular Posts

Do you want the truth on 2012, the Antichrist and his identity based on recent discoveries on the covert plans of the illuminati who are master minding his coming? Check out the full 3-part series of "2012 - The Antichrist Identity".

But hurry! This report is purportedly under threat of being taken offline due to its content.