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February 16, 1996 - Image 2

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-02-16

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Why watch connoisseurs the world over
say there is only one Piaget.

Piaget is credited with revolutioniz-
ing the fine Swiss watch. It takes
style and design to a new dimen-
sion. And turns the telling of time
into the wearing of precious jewels.
To witness the making of a
Piaget, is to experience the mentali-
ty of perfection.
Every single part of each Piaget
case and bracelet is crafted in either
solid 18 karat gold or platinum.
Including the tiniest screws.
(Even an enameled dial is still 18
karat gold underneath.)

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The hand-carved case has an
unmistakable richness and patina
that only repeated hand-polishing
can accomplish.
Each individual link of the
bracelet is a masterpiece: shaped,
beveled, drilled, polished and
repolished--often up to 50 separate
procedures are required.
And in this age of assembly line
technology, each movement, quartz
or mechanical, is crafted by a Piaget
The Piaget Polo, for men, is 132.25


grams of 18 karat gold and repre-
sents weeks of handcrafted artistry
and patience.
The Piaget Polo with diamonds,
for women, made with equal care,
becomes a jewel on the wrist.
Piaget has earned its place as the
timepiece of perfection.




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