Swiss watchmaker Piaget has announced the latest addition to its Polo collection – the new Polo Green, limited to 888 pieces.
The Polo was first born in 1979, and this new version incorporates a horizontal green guilloche dial.
It retains the classic ‘cushion-shaped’ dial set in round, 42mm stainless steel case.
Elsewhere, the integrated bracelet alternates between polished and satin-finished surfaces in an H-link design.
Against the green of the dial are pink-gold coloured hands and gold indices and date frame, with the hands and indices also coated in SuperLuminova.
The timepiece boasts Piaget’s 1110p self-winding movement with a slate-grey oscillating weight, which can be viewed through the watch’s sapphire crystal caseback.
The limited-run Polo Green is available at £10,900.
Piaget has been creating luxury timepieces in Switzerland since it was founded in La Côte-aux-Fées almost 150 years ago.
Read about another in the Polo range, the Polo S, below: