Piaget Polo SS Diamonds Dial Leather MIYOTA9015


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 Piaget
316L Stainless Steel, Full Paved Diamonds Dial and Bezel  Japanese MIYOTA 9015 Automatic Movement28800bph
Piaget Polo SS Diamonds Dial Leather MIYOTA9015

Piaget Polo SS Diamonds Dial Leather MIYOTA9015 On Sale

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CASE: 316L Stainless Steel, Full Paved Diamonds Dial and Bezel
MOVEMENT: Japanese MIYOTA 9015 Automatic Movement28800bph
DIMENSIONS:43mm x 11mm
CRYSTAL: Scatch-Proof Sapphire
STRAP / BRACELET: ?Leather

Was: $508.5.00  SALE Price:  $339.00
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By HSIAO PAI LEE  May 12,2020,12:12 am
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