Piaget’s New Jewelry Collection Sets Legacy in Motion
Movement and transformation are at the core of the latest Piaget jewelry collection. Playful yet sophisticated, the Piaget Possession collection combines color, texture, and volume with artistic ingenuity.
It includes a set of seven rings and a pair of earrings that can be worn, twisted, turned, and combined in nearly infinite ways to express individual personality.
As always, Piaget uses its immense historical know-how and incredible craftsmanship to create a collection that radiates timeless elegance.
The paved rings, featuring turning bands at the center, are crafted from white or rose gold. They can be worn separately or stacked in layers, mixing and matching with other collection pieces.
Other pieces are studded with a diamond in the “half-moon” setting, which refers to a stone surrounded by two half-spheres of gold.
The gold itself is marked by Piaget’s signature touch: the Décor Palace. Created in 1961, Décor Palace was inspired by the traditional guilloché technique used on watches and is considered to be the epitome of Piaget’s gold craftsmanship.
The Décor Palace technique involves intricately texturing the metal with irregular streaks to create a shimmering effect. Each piece is manually engraved and unique.
The undisputed star of the collection is the spectacular Possession Rainbow Ring. Designed with all of the jeweler’s mastery, the vibrant ring glitters with a mesmerizing display of rich green tsavorites and colored sapphires.
The stones—each carefully selected according to color and size—are organized into an impressive rainbow-colored chart.
A testament to Piaget jewelry’s uncompromising savoir-faire and gemology expertise, the Possession collection brings the brand’s glittering legacy into the dynamic pace of the modern day.