Polo Skeleton

When Piaget introduced the 'Polo' back in 1979, the concept redefined the category of sport watches. Designed to showcase technical excellence, this skeletonised model is the latest evolution of the iconic style. It comes with an ultra-thin calibre that's housed in an 18-karat white gold case and it features an engraved coat of arms on the micro-rotor. 



Classic Bridges Skeleton

The first edition of Girard-Perregaux’s 'Bridges' timepiece was issued back in the late 1800s and won a gold medal at the Paris Universal Exhibition. Built in the horologer's Swiss workshop, this updated model references original designs. The sapphire glass crystal and sleek 18-karat rose gold case ensure resilience to scratches. It's finished with an black alligator strap that will work with any outfit. 



Happy Sport 36mm

The original ’Happy Sport' watch was launched by in 1993 and it was the Chopard’s first watch to combine stainless steel and diamonds. Finding the perfect balance between elegance and playfulness, the design has a dial that  is animated by four diamonds and a red stone love heart, which are moving freely within the glass.



Egérie Automatic 35mm

The charming 'Egérie' collection by Vacheron Constantin is inspired by the maison’s sophisticated heritage. The watch is saturated in sparkling diamonds that illuminate the 18-karat white gold dial and the pink gold case. The leaf-like hour, minute and second hands point to Arabic numerals.

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