Low Key Luxury Comment On Piaget Altiplano Rose Gold Watch

The Altiplano series, first originated in 1998, is derived from the magnificent Altiplano plateau in South America. Its name echoes the provenance and design features of this series of watches, from round or square ultra-thin watches with clear lines. The case, the simple design of the dial, the slender hands, as well as the Barton hour markers or Roman numerals, all show the unique style of the Piaget Altiplano watch, not to promote time. Today, the watch home brings you a short review of the Piaget Altiplano series rose gold watch, the official model of the watch is: G0A34113.

With its world-renowned professional skills and unique aesthetic design, Piaget Altiplano watches have won the favor of the general public and experts, and have won numerous awards over the years, including the 2003 Geneva Watch Awards Design Award, which is even better known by watch collectors as One of the most worthy classic designs.

 

A half of the history of ultra-thin watches is written by Piaget. This ultra-thin watch is designed with a 40 mm diameter and an 18K rose gold case. It is a work that inherits the past and integrates modern industry. The design concept, the watch looks very young, in fact, suitable for successful middle-aged and above people. The appearance is clean without any impurities, showing the essence of black and white.

 

The watch is the perfect expression of simplicity and elegance. The purest and simplest works can become classics from generation to generation. The crown made of 18K rose gold is engraved with the classic ‘P’ logo.

 

This Piaget Altiplano rose gold watch is paired with a brown alligator leather strap, stitched with brown silk, and the buckle is made of 18K rose gold with a pin buckle buckle, which is easy to wear.

 

The watch uses a straight lug design for the 18K rose class, which has a unique shape, which is different from the Breguet simple straight lug. It is thicker at the link strap and more robust. The watch is only 6.6 mm thick, and the 838P manual winding movement inside is only 2.5 mm thick.

 

The watch uses a straight lug design for the 18K rose class, which has a unique shape, which is different from the Breguet simple straight lug. It is thicker at the link strap and more robust. The watch is only 6.6 mm thick, and the 838P manual winding movement inside is only 2.5 mm thick.

 

The watch is equipped with a Piaget-made 838P manual winding movement. The movement is based on the 830P movement. Compared with this, its unique feature is that it has a perfect power reserve and is only 2.5 mm thick. This movement belongs to the family of the legendary 9P movement and is also one of the third generation ultra-thin manual winding mechanical movements of Piaget. The 838P movement is equipped with a screw balance wheel unique to advanced watchmaking. It features an eccentric small second hand set at 10 o’clock, which has not only become the signature feature of the Piaget brand, but also upholds the exquisite and delicate movement of the 830P movement. And the decorative details such as the circular Geneva wave pattern, the round-finished main splint, the chamfered bridge, the blue steel screws, the Piaget family emblem, all show the aesthetic standards that this Swiss watch brand upholds, making this movement more outstanding .

 

Summary: This ultra-thin watch inheriting Piaget’s classic aesthetic features is the perfect endorsement of simplicity and classics. The neatly designed dial is lined with slim Barton hands, adding a contemporary understated luxury to this Altiplano watch. The watch is priced at 138,500 yuan at the Earl’s Store in Beijing’s Oriental Plaza. (Photo / Wen Watch House Chen Zhongyun)

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The 2018 Commonwealth Games Queen’s Baton Is On Display At The Longines Store In Oxford Street, London

Representatives of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games visited the Longines boutique in Oxford Street, London, one day after the ‘Queens Baton Relay Journey’ was held at Buckingham Palace. Peter Beattie AC, Chairman of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, Mark Peters, President of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, and Juan-Carlos Capelli, Vice President and International Marketing Director of Longines, celebrating the ‘Queens Baton Relay Journey’, Switzerland Watch brand Longines is also the official partner of this event. The 2018 Commonwealth Games Queen’s baton imitation is now on display at Longines stores.

   The Queen’s Baton is responsible for transmitting Queen Elizabeth II’s message to a number of athletes, which will be read out at the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games. The 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games will be held on the east coast of Australia from April 4th to 15th, 2018. Longines is very proud to be the official partner responsible for timing, scoring and announcement of results, and the official timing for this large-scale sports event, as well as partners for track and field, gymnastics, sevens and ping pong .

Cartier Enamel Beads Craft Cheetah Decoration Watch Debut 2016 Sihh

From January 18 to January 22, 2016, the 26th Geneva International Haute Horlogerie Salon has officially opened in Geneva, Switzerland. The number of participating brands in the watch exhibition reached an unprecedented 24. , Ralph Lauren withdrew and added 9 independent brands including Christophe claret. The exhibition with such a large line is destined to have unexpected surprises, so please preview it with the editor:

 In this article, we will introduce the new work of the highly watched premium watch brand-Cartier, a watch created by the master of enamel craftsmanship from metal beads.

 The principle of the metal bead process is to make tiny gold beads and decorate them on the chassis. The enamel craftsman uses the same procedure. First, the enamel is cut into small pieces or ground into powder, then stretched into filaments, and then cut into small pieces. After being heated by the welding torch, the filament segments will melt into pellets.

 The bead size depends on the diameter of the enamel filaments. The master craftsman then placed the enamel beads into the chassis according to the color and shape of the artwork. The difficulty of this process is that different colors of enamel have different melting temperatures. It takes more than thirty firings to achieve the ideal effect of firm beads and exquisite enamel.

 This brand new work brings out the outstanding creativity of the Master Craftsmanship workshop. Carving, polishing, enamel, jewellery, gem setting, and watchmaking are combined into one unique work.

Ballon Bleu de Cartier enamel beads craft cheetah decoration watch parameters
Case: 18K yellow gold, set with 124 brilliant-cut round diamonds
Diameter: 42 mm
Crown: 18K yellow gold grooved crown set with a convex round sapphire
Dial: 22K yellow gold, enamel beads craft cheetah decoration
Hands: Gold-plated sword-shaped steel hands
Strap: dark blue alligator strap
Clasp: 18K yellow gold folding clasp with 43 brilliant-cut round diamonds
Table mirror: sapphire crystal
Case thickness: 14.35 mm
Water resistance: 3 bar (~ 30 meters)
Numbering and limited sale of 30 pieces
 The above is the latest cutting-edge information of the 2016 SIHH Geneva International Haute Horlogerie brought to you by watch house professionals. Next, we will present more and more intuitive exhibition reports, so please pay attention.
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Blancpain Supports The Fifth Expedition Of Coelacanth Exploratory Research – ‘exploring The Mediterranean’

In 2019, Blancpain and the brand’s best friend Laurent Ballesta joined hands again to launch the fifth survey project of the Coelacanth Expedition Research Program. The expedition is planned for July this year in the Mediterranean waters off the French coast and will complete a new expedition. This expedition, or the first scientific expedition in history to attempt to combine saturation diving with scuba diving using closed-circuit rebreathers, aims to unravel the mystery of the Mediterranean, which is familiar but still full of mystery.

 
 Marine biologist Lauren Ballesta is also a well-known underwater photographer and pioneer in the use of innovative diving equipment. Since 2012, with the support of Blancpain, he has done his best and actively carried out the scientific research project of ‘Coelacanth Expedition Research’. The project aims to help people deepen their understanding of the deep ocean ecosystems and explore areas where humans have not yet set foot. To date, Ballesta has led his team to complete four expeditionary research missions and carried out extended inspections on parts of the waters of Reunion Island, the Philippines and Polynesia. Therefore, it can be said that Lauren Ballesta has made a huge contribution to Blancpain’s ‘heart-to-ocean’ public welfare undertakings around the world.

 
 Each Coelacanth Expedition Study is dedicated to exploring a scientific puzzle, conducting a diving challenge, and taking some unprecedented photos. The fifth expedition of the Coelacanth Expedition Study is no exception. In order to be able to carry out a series of scientific experimental programs commissioned by the research center in a limited time and clarify the deep ecosystems of the Mediterranean Sea, the Coelacanth Expedition Research team pioneered the phase of saturation diving with scuba diving using closed-circuit respirators. Combined new diving style.

 
 Saturation diving can support professional divers to work in the underwater environment. It works by connecting the diver to the surface through a circulating hose called an ‘umbilical’. This ‘umbilical’ will provide divers with breathing gas, and Make it possible to communicate with each other. In theory, divers using saturation diving have no limit on the time they can work underwater, but their range of movement is limited and they can only move within a few meters of their working area. Scuba diving, as the name suggests, allows divers to move freely, but by contrast, their work time is severely limited. In fact, if you want to spend a few minutes in extremely deep water, you must make decompression stops for up to several hours to prevent any possible diving accidents. The combination of saturation and scuba diving technology allows divers to stop without decompression during the expedition. This also made it possible for a four-day expedition before the end of the expedition. In this way, Lauren Ballesta and his three companions can conduct underwater exploration for up to 8 hours a day and achieve their great goals.

 
 As usual, the fifth expedition of the Coelacanth Expedition Study will also be recorded as a feature-length documentary. In addition, related thematic exhibitions will be organized and written. By 2020, audiences from all over the world will be able to learn about what Lauren Ballesta and her team saw during the expedition through the above three methods. In this era of significant climate change and extinction of species, the discovery of a new and rich area that has not yet been damaged will undoubtedly bring great hope for humanity as a whole.