In 1964, Piaget went beyond the limits of what was possible by pushing mechanical performance and the watchmaker's art to the extremes of miniaturization. With the recent availability of new ultra-thin movements, the 9P and 12P, the Manufacture launches what will remain one of its greatest creative traditions: hard stone dials. The innovative know-how, emblematic of Piaget, perpetuated today in its Altiplano collection, proving that technique and sophistication, however great they might be, can be comfortably housed in a small space. A numbered edition, available exclusively in the network of Piaget boutiques, each watch highlights the uniqueness of a type of stone. Set off with a row of diamonds, this 24 mm diameter watch combines rose gold and turquoise. Used in jewelry for several thousand years, in particular by the Egyptians, turquoise is said to be a talisman of protection and good fortune. Its blue, evoking both the sky and water, is also one of the most highly valued colors in the world of fashion.