Limelight Dancing Light watch
Conceived and developed in the Piaget workshops, the design of the Limelight Dancing Light watch makes a moving decoration twirl around the dial. At the slightest movement of the wrist, it turns first in one direction and then in another with amazing speed. Piaget has the knack of disguising the details that let its watches work their magic. In this new mechanism built into the Limelight Dancing Light, a small circle goes round and round above the hour dial featuring Roman numerals and baton applique hour markers. Turning around the central hour section, it forms a figure 8, the symbol of eternity. Its round case without a crown button is marked by an impression of great purity, subtly set with diamonds on the bezel.