11 May 2009
Piaget. A highly unusual and attractive 18K gold and lapis lazuli bracelet wristwatch
Signed Piaget, ref. 9580 D 73, case no. 183'564, movement no. 703'332, manufactured in 1970
Cal. 9P nickel-finished lever movement, 18 jewels, lapis lazuli dial, gold dauphine hands, oblong openwork "gold nugget" textured case and flexible bracelet set with lapis lazuli spheres in sizes, case, dial and movement signed
56 mm. wide
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According to the Archives of Piaget, the present watch was produced in 1970.
Preserved in very good, original overall condition, this watch is an epitome of Piaget's ingenious design.
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