Today's offering showcases this exclusive and extremely fine original ladies Piaget watch in 18K white gold.
Bejeweled with 50 original Piaget perfect factory set diamonds on the bezel, it is a true statement piece. The diamonds are white, extremely clean, and full of fire as you would expect from a watch of this caliber.
Piaget used its award-winning 9P2 handwound movement, a fitting engine for a watch this fine. The 9P2 is famous for being one of the thinnest movements ever made. The second iteration of the world's first ultra-thin timekeeping mechanism, this incredible feat of engineering measures just over 2mm thick, about the thickness of a U.S. half dollar! Despite its small size, it sacrifices nothing in performance, having earned a reputation as one of the most refined and reliable ultra-slim mechanisms.
The watch is fully Piaget and original down to the dial, hands, winding crown, and substantial bracelet. The only replacement parts on the watch are its two tiny case screws, which are often lost and replaced during a servicing for these watches.
Its silver dial is original and mint. Its case presents just short of mint. Our watchmaker has just freshly cleaned and oiled the incredibly thin movement. It is keeping extremely accurate time.
Included with the purchase is a one-year C.O.T. warranty on the movement and its function, a custom printed Connoisseur of Time Certificate of Authenticity, and a new timing certificate.
Case no.: 91,852
Model: Ref. 925 B11
Functions: Hours and Minutes
Designed for: Ladies
Case material: 18K white gold
Case condition: Presents as just short of mint condition
Case markings (outside): Case number, reference number, and engraved with initials CHR
Dimensions: 25mm diameter (excluding crown)
Dial: Signed Piaget, dark silver with white gold applied baton indices, original, mint condition
Movement type: Piaget caliber 9P2, extremely high grade, hand wound, 18 jewels, rhodium plated, fausses cotes decoration, straight line lever escapement, monometallic balance adjusted to temperatures and five positions, shock resistant, self-compensating free sprung balance spring
Band: Original, signed Piaget, substantial interwoven integral mesh bracelet in 18K white gold, sized to fit a wrist up to approx. 6.5 inches, previously lengthened, length can be adjusted by a jeweler
Crystal: Sapphire, mint condition
Serviced: Yes, freshly cleaned and oiled.
Timed: Timed to precision on a state-of-the-art computerized system. Keeping extremely accurate time.
Warranty: 1-year international C.O.T. warranty. Your watch is important to us, and we will take care of it for its lifetime. We provide the best after sale care in the business with an experienced team of watchmakers both of whom each have over forty years of experience and a large number of parts.
Box/Papers: BOX - Connoisseur of Time watch presentation box; PAPERS - Custom printed Connoisseur of Time Certificate of Authenticity; New timing certificate
Returns: 7 days full refund. 100% satisfaction guarantee
We offer a 100%
satisfaction guarantee for all of our watches. If you are in any way
unsatisfied with the watch we will fully refund the purchase price anytime
within 7 days after the watch has been received. Our goal is to exceed our
client's expectations throughout the buying experience.
All watches are packaged carefully and mailed double boxed in specially
constructed, reinforced shipping boxes designed for high value items. All
watches are sent fully insured with signature required. Most of our domestic
shipping is done through FedEx. At times we will also use USPS Express Mail,
and we can accommodate most requests for your preferred carrier.
International shipments are sent USPS International Express Mail or FedEx.
The purchase price will be the declared value of the merchandise on any
required customs forms. The payment of all customs duties, tariffs, and
taxes are the responsibility of the buyer.
Also note that water resistance of vintage watches can no longer be
guaranteed and is not covered under the watch's warranty. We do not
recommend getting a vintage watch wet, even one that was originally designed
to be waterproof.