Simple style derived from Minimalism, and some people think that it come from Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe who advocated “Less is more”, which satisfies the economic depression after world war two, and people were popular with that idea. Although simple style means to be simple, it requires to be tasteful and could master every detail. When comes to put it into practice, it requires much more delicate processing, which is not that easy. But, Piaget Dancer achieved that. simple, round case and thin case make it a classical. Here today we have a Piaget Dancer with the official number: G0A31035.
The round lug appears to be more delicate than you see. Lug, which is long as the first knot of the strap, is comfortable and flexible. The bezel on Dancer is made of 18 k white gold, and the processed with radiation patterns on it. Odd number time marks are inserted with white gold, which appears to be dimensional. The dot outside the bezel looks harmonious but they are processed with different technology. You will see a 430P movement through the see-through crystal sapphire case back. This movement derived from the 9P movement that is a legend. It only measures 2.1 mm in thickness and has 43 hours of power reserve. This movement have different shape to meet various requirements on shapes. What’s more, this 430P movement is also the blueprint of 600P, the world thinnest rectangular movement with tourbillon. This movement is fitted with hour hand and minute hand. On the central of the movement see the circular Geneva waves. Watch bridge is processed with chamfer skills and have blue steel screws on it. All those details reflects Piaget’s pursuit on perfect.
Simplicity is by no means the simple. Simplicity is an abstract, or essential, from numerous combination and chooses. It is a highly abstracted. And this is one of the highlights of the Piaget G0A31035!