In 1960, the House of Piaget earned a place in the Guinness Book of Records for creating, at 2.3mm, 'the world's thinnest self-winding movement'. Almost 50 years later, the Limelight Party series is adding bling to the brand's exquisite craftsmanship. The latest additions to the glittering collection of watches and jewellery include a timepiece (right) inspired by vinyl records. Set with 95 brilliant-cut diamonds and a central rose-cut diamond, this striking 18-carat white gold and onyx piece flicks opens to reveal a watch face marked with grooves like a 33-RPM record. It retails for HK$288,600. Those with a touch more spare cash can consider the casino-inspired watch with an 18-carat white gold case and dial, and grand feu enamelling, set with 158 brilliant-cut diamonds. The quartz-movement timepiece is presented on a white gold chain and a black satin cordlet and costs HK$370,000. These collectables are available at Piaget boutiques in Prince's Building, Central; Pacific Place, Admiralty; and The Peninsula shopping arcade, Tsim Sha Tsui; inquiries: 2311 1122.