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Jewellery Piaget Awakens The Sense Of Touch With Its Latest Possession Collection

Piaget Awakens The Sense Of Touch With Its Latest Possession Collection

Piaget Awakens The Sense Of Touch With Its Latest Possession Collection
By Pichaya Petrachaianan
By Pichaya Petrachaianan
May 29, 2020

Piaget's Possession collection, marked by its playful spinning element, dates back to 1990. The earliest piece in the collection was the iconic Possession ring with a central band that could spin freely. With the half-moon set diamond, the wearer could enjoy its beauty while turning and twiddling with it. The moving element symbolised luck, happiness and success while encapsulating optimism and positive energy in its dynamic circular design. Today, the Possession collection has grown to include other essential pieces such as bracelets, earrings and necklaces—all delightfully animated. 

This year's collection comes with a new personalisation service where you can customise the back of the Possession pendant into a lucky charm. The playful design of jewels consists of a central cabochon-shaped motif that can flip within the pendant. One side is encrusted with 46 brilliant-cut diamonds while the other side offers a blank space to be engraved with personal messages such as special dates, initials or other symbols. The outer ring on the pendant is encircled by white diamonds on one side giving you choices of different ways to wear the piece. 

With elongated grace, the new Possession Sliding Pendants necklace is also a fun one. The signature cabochon-shaped motif that is set with 55 brilliant-cut diamond is encircled with a turning ring. In addition, you can slide the mentioned motif up or down to adjust the length of the necklace. Weighing down elegantly on each chain are two gold beads that will bring charm to any outfit. 

This collection is more fun with even more new items that allow you to experiment. The new set of gold earrings joins the Possession collection with dangling rose gold beads that can be taken off. You can wear the studs with 28 diamonds alone, with the pendant or even asymmetrically. The bangle is bigger and entwines around the wrist in a double tour fashion. The playful twist lies at the rose gold cabochons and diamond-pave turning bands at each end. Offering more choices for varying tastes, preexisting pieces originally seen in rose gold are now also available in white gold. 

To see more from the collection, visit int.piaget.com or visit the Piaget Boutique by ST Dimension on the M Floor of Siam Paragon.

See also: Dior Presents New Haute Joaillerie Collection, Dior Et Moi—A Romantic Revival

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