Limelight Funny Heart Reference GOA31075, a white gold quartz wristwatch, Circa 2012
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Georges-Édouard Piaget felt a passion for watchmaking from a young age; in 1874 at only 19, he set up his first workshop on the family farm. Here, he dedicated himself to creating high-precision movements and components. In 1959, the first "Salon Piaget" was launched in Geneva. It was created to be a welcoming place where Piaget could share its creativity and savoir-faire by showing the first of Piaget's luxury jewelry creations alongside refined timepieces. Geneva also became home to Piaget's ateliers that specialized in goldsmithing and gem-setting, meaning the Maison could master every aspect of the production of fine pieces.
This Limelight Funny Heart reference GOA31075 is a white gold quartz wristwatch, circa 2012, with pink mother-of-pearl dial, quartz movement. Case in 18k white gold and diamonds-set, case back secured by 4 screws. 18K white gold and diamond-set Piaget bracelet and clasp. Case size in 39 mm diameter.
The watch is in overall very good condition. All diamonds are intact. Case is in good condition with minor surface wear. Bracelet has signs of stretch, scratches and surface wear throughout commensurate with age. Buckle is in good condition. Dial is in overall good condition. The movement is running at the time of cataloging, however, it was not tested for the accuracy of time. The battery may need replacing at the buyer's discretion. Please note that Sotheby's does not guarantee the future working of the movement.
Case Size (mm)
Fits a wrist size of 6.5 inches or smaller.
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