Piaget goes even further beyond the boundaries of refinement and the ultra-thin. Two years after launching the self-winding 1200P calibre (2.35 mm), Piaget presents the thinnest self-winding skeleton watch in the world (5.34 mm), housing the thinnest self-winding skeleton movement in the world (2.40 mm). The result of unique expertise that Piaget has perpetuated since 1874, this luxury watch is, nonetheless, enshrined in its time, as illustrated through its resolutely modern lines that combine the elegance of rose gold with unpretentious anthracite grey. Its skeleton movement has been delicately hollowed by highly-skilled craftsmen. An especially complex operation accomplished with extreme attention to detail without sacrificing reliability or component rigidity. Paying homage to the watchmaker's traditional art, which they excel in perpetuating, the movement integrates a harmoniously symmetric balance bridge and long curves that cross the mainplate and add overall rigidity. The quest for style is twofold with extraordinary decorative work, interplay of sun-brushed and sand-brushed matte surfaces that contrast with the shimmering brilliance of the edges. This work of art embraces finishes such as hand-worked bevelling and drawing that bear the hallmark of highly-accomplished craftsmen. The attention to detail also applies to the screws (traditionally blued), the hands and the rose gold-hued, platinum micro-rotor. A state-of-the-art luxury watch that perpetuates the traditions of the craft where, the rose gold and anthracite tones of the case blend harmoniously with the grey hues of the alligator-skin strap. A pure, sublime interaction between engineering and external finishing details.