A fresh collection of extraordinary jewels from Piaget that you’d want to possess and give a whirl.
Gems that sparkle and spin. Rings that swivel and turn. Dangling orbs that swing and twirl. Since Piaget launched its iconic rotating ring in 1990, the Possession family has grown to include more precious jewellery with tactile, mobile elements. Now, 31 years on, the Swiss Maison presents stunning new Possession necklaces, bangles and earrings that pulsate with colour and movement.
Malachite, carnelian, and turquoise feature in the 2021 novelties, calling to mind the image of verdant meadows, flaming-red poppies, and cloudless blue skies. First added to the Piaget Possession family in 2017, and each with a unique energetic signature, these vividly-hued ornamental stones impart playful and joyful vibes to the new collection of rose gold-and-diamond jewellery.
Invitation to play
A distinctive characteristic of Piaget Possession jewellery is undoubtedly the movement. True to code, every piece in this new assortment is artfully designed to come alive on its wearer, offering myriad ways of wear.
Possession Sliding Pendant
For the woman who appreciates the versatility of lariat necklaces, at least one from the new trio of Possession Sliding Pendants will catch her eye. Featuring malachite, carnelian, and turquoise, all three pendants are crafted in 18-karat rose gold with a turning band of 20 brilliant-cut diamonds (approximately 0.35 carats). The length of the 64-cm necklace may be adjusted simply by sliding the bejewelled centrepiece. Wear it short, long or asymmetrically – and watch the dazzling diamonds dance around the gemstone as the pendant slides up and down. Equally hypnotic is the gentle sway of the two ends of the chain, from which three matching hard stone beads and two rose gold spheres dangle.
Possession Luck Pendants
Made to be played with, the Possession Luck Pendant have two sides to switch between, a stone side and a rose gold side. The stone side – featuring a turquoise or carnelian cabochon – is surrounded by a glittering ring of 20 brilliant-cut diamonds (approximately 0.28 carats). Flip it over to reveal a pink gold surface which you can personalise with a meaningful engraving. Comes on a 39-42cm rose gold chain.
With twice as much presence as their signature open bangle bracelet, the new Piaget double bangle is made in full 18-karat rose gold and decorated with two malachite cabochons encircled by 30 brilliant-cut diamonds (approximately 0.42 carats). Why twiddle your thumbs when you can turn the diamond-paved bands around the striking green stones?
And finally, the jewels from the lot that offer the most fashion mileage: the new transformable 18-karat rose gold Possession Gold Beads earrings, which can be worn in several ways – and are guaranteed to turn heads. Wear them as studs or as danglies, with one gold chain or two, or even asymmetrically. Each side comes with two gold chains; dangling from the chains are one gold bead and two stone beads respectively. The earrings are available in carnelian and turquoise. The Possession Gold Studs Earrings – pink gold studs circled by a band of 28 brilliant-cut diamonds (approximately 0.32 carats) – are available for purchase separately, too.
Now, which extraordinary jewel will you twirl and turn?
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