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Many watch aficionados and experts are not even aware that Piaget has been one of the most important Swiss makers of movements and components for more than 130 years. Their "silent" clients included nearly all of the famous names in Swiss horology. Georges Édouard Piaget founded the movement workshop on his family farm, at the age of 19 years, and devoted himself to perfecting the lever escapement to new levels of thinness. His credo was "Always do better than necessary" and Piaget has been doing that since 1874. Please join us to rediscover Piaget the Watchmaker that became both a Jeweller and Watchmaker. We will explore the 3 Cs of Piaget - Creative, Contemporary and Classic watchmaking.
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Message from Piaget CEO
Piaget is very proud of its history in Watchmaking, that started back in 1874. In the past 10 years, developing new and beautiful movements has become our key focus. Our own developed and manufactured calibers include the Tourbillon and the Tourbillon Relatif, the Quantième Perpétuel (QP) and the Flyback Chronograph. Each movement is designed in the Piaget tradition of extreme thinness, so that we can express our philosophy : "Technique at the service of design". We are very happy to have a PuristS Piaget forum so that we can establish with you, afficionados and collectors, an ongoing dialogue. Together, we will write the next pages of our history book.