A total of three ultra-thin perpetual calendar watches are revealed for Piaget’s Polo series. Leading the charge is the Obsidian reference, an intriguing and radiant timepiece that’s attired in a 42mm white gold case with an blue obsidian dial. Aligning with the enigmatic color scheme, 56 brilliant-cut sapphires encircle the bezel, while tonal straps are offered in alligator or rubber materiality. The other two models star a version featuring a rose gold case and a green guilloché dial, meanwhile, the remaining piece boasts a steel build. All three watches run on Piaget’s Manufacture 1255P ultra-thin movement, complete with hours, minutes, and moon phases indication. The Rose Gold version retails for $76,000 USD, while the Steel edition is priced at $58,500 USD, with price upon request for the Obsidian Perpetual Calendar.

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