1960s Piaget White Gold | Ref.927 | Cal. 9P | Original Unworn Strap and Original White Gold Buckle

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WHY IS THIS WATCH IMPORTANT

The 9P caliber, introduced in 1957, was revolutionary for two key reasons. At just 2mm thick, it became the thinnest manual-wound movement ever made for wristwatches.

This exquisite Piaget 927 from the 1960s embodies timeless elegance with its slender 4mm 18Kt white gold case, housing the legendary 9P movement. Once the thinnest mechanical movement in the world, this watch retains all its shapes and lines. Measuring 25.5mm by 25.5mm, it is the perfect unisex dress watch, radiating sophistication and charm.

The vertical brushed dial is in outstanding condition.

 

CONDITION

This watch is in great condition, very sharp on the edges, dial is near flawless.

 

The watch has just been serviced and keeps a fantastic time almost like new. The amplitude of 233° Rate +1s/d and Beat Error 1.0ms.



DETAILS

Maker: Piaget
Reference: 927
Caliber: 9P
Year: Circa 1960s
Material: Solid 18k White Gold
Dimensions: 25,5mm diameter; 4mm thickness (excluding glass)
Crystal: Mineral glass
Lume: Non
Bracelet/Strap: Original strap and signed white gold buckle.
Box/Papers: Non

 

 -This watch was photographed on a 6.9 inch / 175mm wrist.


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