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Piaget Polo ’79 Celebrates 150 Years of Watchmaking

Piaget celebrates its 150th anniversary with the resurrection of a timeless timepiece.


Piaget’s latest release is a celebration of horological heritage and timeless elegance. In honor of their 150th anniversary, the iconic watchmaker has unveiled the Polo ’79, a modern reinterpretation of their legendary timepiece originally debuted in 1979. Stepping into the limelight amidst the brand’s jubilee, this revival is more than just a nostalgic nod—it’s a reimagining of a true icon.

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the Polo ’79 pays homage to its predecessors while embracing contemporary sensibilities. The 38mm brushed 18k yellow gold case exudes sophistication, adorned with a distinctive horizontal line pattern known as gadroons. This luxurious aesthetic extends seamlessly to the integrated bracelet, culminating in a design that effortlessly merges vintage charm with modern refinement. Powered by Piaget’s ultra-thin in-house caliber 1200P1 automatic micro-rotor movement, the Polo ’79 not only captures the essence of its heritage but also embodies the pinnacle of mechanical craftsmanship. With 50 meters of water resistance and limited availability, this masterpiece is priced at $73,000—a testament to its exclusivity and unparalleled quality. Experience the legacy of Piaget with the Polo ’79, available now through their website and boutiques.