Aesthetically, this watch is very much an Altiplano. There’s no mistaking it for anything else. The white goldis complemented by the new patinated slate grey dial, which is radially brushed and supposedly takes on very different tones in different lighting, looking warmer or cooler than it does in the image here. Below the Piaget signature, you’ll notice the little “Automatique” too, which is a nice nod to the brand’s history as it appeared on the earliest ultra-thin Piaget’s in much the same way.
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