Following on naturally from its predecessors – Limelight Magic Hour with its pivoting case, Limelight Twice featuring a reversible case and Limelight Dancing Light with a spinning décor – the Limelight Blooming Rose invents a whole new move. Its case represents a flower, a Piaget rose of course, which opens and closes in step with its owner’s mood. In its barely opened rosebud state, it features four delicately curved petals, forming a corolla that hides a second one that progressively unfurls when the first is given a 45-degree twist. Working this magic is a totally invisible mechanism mysteriously orchestrated by masters of their art. When in full bloom, the flower-case is composed of eight petals paved with a total of 256 brilliant-cut diamonds. A fresh demonstration of Piaget’s boundless creativity backed by authentic ingenuity.