Piaget unveils the world’s first diamond QR code


Piaget has some of the most exquisite watch models to offer and this time they have set their sights higher. They are now out with new generation bar codes that can be easily decoded using a cellar phone. Called as QR Code, (English acronym for “Quick Response”), this pictogram is made with small black and white squares, that works as a full-fledged multimedia communication tool. It has the capacity to store photos, texts, videos or to refer users to a website, like a search tool. Imagine all this adorned in gold and diamonds!

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The QR Code has been made in 18-carat white gold and is encrusted with 1042 brilliant-cut diamonds and 520 black spinels. Imagine it took Geneva-based Haute Joaillerie atelier 200 hours to create this one of a king jewelry!
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[HauteHorlogerie]