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Piaget Gouverneur Triple Calander - Rare Dial

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  • Ref. 15958
  • Watch Only, Original Buckle

Year: Circa 1980s
Model: Gouverneur
Case Diameter: 34mm 
Lug to Lug: 36.5mm
Case: 18k Gold
Dial: Gold
Movement: Automatic

Condition
The case looks unpolished with warm patina. The dial is very clean with little signs of aging that are hard to notice. The automatic movement functions solely from the crown. The watch comes with its original buckle.

Like many references from Piaget, there isn't much information out there about them. The triple calendar, reference 15959, is part of the Gouverneur line. This line features round-cased Piagets, from time-only examples to tourbillion and perpetual complications. 

The 15959 features an automatic Piaget movement, the caliber 8532P. This movement gives you the time, month, day, weekday, and moon phases. It also is set solely through the crown with no pushers on the case which gives you a cleaner look and a thinness of 8mm. 

For this specific reference, the white dial and the champagne dial with white registers were the most common. The all-gold dials were one of the more uncommon & rare examples.

In 1874, Georges Edouard Piaget established the Piaget Company in La Côte-aux-Fées, Switzerland, where he created precise mechanical complications for established watchmaking companies. As his skills became more known, the company became a family-run business. In 1943, the company was officially registered and became a brand, with watches designed and manufactured under their name. The company's grandsons, Gérald and Valentin Piaget helped make the brand more widely known.

In 1945, a new facility was built in La Côte-aux-Fées, leading to more complex mechanical movements. Piaget's watchmaking innovations included the Caliber 9P, a thin manual watch movement, and the Caliber 12P movement, the slimmest self-winding movement in the world at only 2.3 millimeters thick. This innovation opened up the doors for creating popular jewelry watches.

Piaget became known for their timepiece mechanics and as master jewelers, creating pieces such as jewel watches, coin watches, ring watches, brooch watches, cufflink watches, and matinee necklaces. In 1988, Piaget joined the Luxury Group, now known as Richemont, which owns several leading luxury brands. This allowed Piaget to grow and develop as a leading luxury brand.

In 2001, Piaget opened its Manufacture de Haute Horlogerie outside of Geneva, Switzerland, to respond faster to their expanding customer base's demands. Just one year after opening the Geneva workshop, the master watchmakers developed the Caliber 600P, the thinnest Tourbillon movement in the world at just 3.5 millimeters thick. In 2005, Piaget entered the small circle of brands with their own chronograph movement, creating a 5.6 mm-thick dual-time flyback caliber. In 2010, Piaget introduced the 1200P and 1208P, ultra-thin self-winding movements similar to the 12P launched 50 years prior.

Over the years, Piaget has built a strong business and a reputation as a leading luxury brand, with the company expected to continue growing as a brand for many years to come.





 

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  • Ref. 15958
  • Watch Only, Original Buckle

Year: Circa 1980s
Model: Gouverneur
Case Diameter: 34mm 
Lug to Lug: 36.5mm
Case: 18k Gold
Dial: Gold
Movement: Automatic

Condition
The case looks unpolished with warm patina. The dial is very clean with little signs of aging that are hard to notice. The automatic movement functions solely from the crown. The watch comes with its original buckle.

Like many references from Piaget, there isn't much information out there about them. The triple calendar, reference 15959, is part of the Gouverneur line. This line features round-cased Piagets, from time-only examples to tourbillion and perpetual complications. 

The 15959 features an automatic Piaget movement, the caliber 8532P. This movement gives you the time, month, day, weekday, and moon phases. It also is set solely through the crown with no pushers on the case which gives you a cleaner look and a thinness of 8mm. 

For this specific reference, the white dial and the champagne dial with white registers were the most common. The all-gold dials were one of the more uncommon & rare examples.

In 1874, Georges Edouard Piaget established the Piaget Company in La Côte-aux-Fées, Switzerland, where he created precise mechanical complications for established watchmaking companies. As his skills became more known, the company became a family-run business. In 1943, the company was officially registered and became a brand, with watches designed and manufactured under their name. The company's grandsons, Gérald and Valentin Piaget helped make the brand more widely known.

In 1945, a new facility was built in La Côte-aux-Fées, leading to more complex mechanical movements. Piaget's watchmaking innovations included the Caliber 9P, a thin manual watch movement, and the Caliber 12P movement, the slimmest self-winding movement in the world at only 2.3 millimeters thick. This innovation opened up the doors for creating popular jewelry watches.

Piaget became known for their timepiece mechanics and as master jewelers, creating pieces such as jewel watches, coin watches, ring watches, brooch watches, cufflink watches, and matinee necklaces. In 1988, Piaget joined the Luxury Group, now known as Richemont, which owns several leading luxury brands. This allowed Piaget to grow and develop as a leading luxury brand.

In 2001, Piaget opened its Manufacture de Haute Horlogerie outside of Geneva, Switzerland, to respond faster to their expanding customer base's demands. Just one year after opening the Geneva workshop, the master watchmakers developed the Caliber 600P, the thinnest Tourbillon movement in the world at just 3.5 millimeters thick. In 2005, Piaget entered the small circle of brands with their own chronograph movement, creating a 5.6 mm-thick dual-time flyback caliber. In 2010, Piaget introduced the 1200P and 1208P, ultra-thin self-winding movements similar to the 12P launched 50 years prior.

Over the years, Piaget has built a strong business and a reputation as a leading luxury brand, with the company expected to continue growing as a brand for many years to come.