Rings have a long and fascinating history that spans civilizations and time periods. Today, they continue to hold a special place in our daily lives and are often used as symbols of love, commitment, and personal expression. Whether simple or elaborate, plain or adorned with gemstones, rings are a timeless and enduring part of human culture.
INTRODUCING PIAGET POSSESSION NOVELTY RING
(Photo: MODEL WEARING PLAYFUL PIAGET POSSESSION NOVELTY RING)
Luxury jewelry maker Piaget has over the years given conventional ring design principles a contemporary twist with their Possession line of rings, the rings which are created with priceless materials, spin on their axes with a playful air.
The Piaget Possession collection has been adored for its distinctive spinning element since it was first introduced in 1990. The Possession jewelry features a ring that can be turned, this feature encourages the wearer to not only admire, but also interact playfully with the jewelry while it is being worn. Not to mention, they are excellent conversation starters at any social gathering.
Adding an extra special charm to the legendary collection, Piaget introduced the Possession Novelties featuring the brand’s distinctive Palace Décor technique. Jewelry enthusiasts who value the craftsmanship and savoir-faire behind their favorite creations will absolutely love the skills it takes to make each Palace Décor piece.
Palace Décor is a manual engraving technique that was invented in 1961 and was influenced by the guilloché method typically used on watches. Palace Décor, true to its regal moniker, is used to meticulously texturize gold with erratic streaks, giving the precious metal a resplendent shine as it interacts with light.
The Palace Décor engraving not only gives these new Possession pieces a more opulent flair, it also gives each creation an even more tactile quality to captivate jewelry lovers.
Piaget’s proficiency in gemmology is also prominently displayed in the Possession rings and earrings, where a diamond is eloquently highlighted by two half-spheres of gold surrounding it—a process known as the “half-moon setting.”
PIAGET POSSESSION RAINBOW RING
(Photo: PIAGET POSSESSION RAINBOW RING)
The Possession Rainbow Ring in rose gold with Palace Décor, which features a rainbow of gemstones set in a gradient effect, is one of the novelties’ highlights. Each ring is surrounded by a kaleidoscope of gems that have been carefully chosen by color and size to flow into the next one thanks to the maison’s mastery in craftsmanship and savoir-faire.
This priceless rainbow features a band of 43 brilliant-cut diamonds, two red sapphires, two orange sapphires, four purple sapphires, four pink sapphires, four green tsavorite garnets, four blue sapphires and four yellow sapphires.
Half-moon-shaped diamonds provide a gleaming contrast to the richly textured ribbons of gold used throughout. Possession builds a bridge between Piaget the jeweler and Piaget the watchmaker thanks to its distinctive turning signature.
Possession reminds us of the singularity of the present with its distinctive and ritual gesture, which ranges from movement mastery to jewelry in motion. The Possession setting, which looks like two parentheses around the central diamond, stands for seizing a moment’s singularity.
A final word
Overall there is a Possession creation for everyone, so whether it be for you or as a gift for someone special in your life, the new Possession rings provide options for different fashion preferences, as well as the ability to wear alone or stack with other jewelry. They are available in various widths, with one or two paved turning rings, in white or rose gold. You can order today on the Piaget website.