Piaget Limelight Stella

Posted by Staff Correspondent on Feb 8, 2016 5:27:50 AM

The Limelight Stella is Piaget’s first complication for ladies, a moon phase indicator. The moon phases appear on a disc adorned with stars and two moons that is driven by a 135-toothed wheel, reproducing the lunar cycle with an exceptional degree of precision. 

A standard moon phase lags one day behind every two-and-a-half years, but this system requires a one-day correction only after 122 years. It contains the new automatic Caliber 584P. Diamonds are set around the moon phase aperture and the bezel.

Piaget 877-8-PIAGET

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