Piaget Expands Its Possession Collection With New Novelties
12 May 2021

Piaget Expands Its Possession Collection With New Novelties

In 1990, Piaget first debuted the now iconic Possession Collection with its very unique feature: the spinning rings, movable half-domes and spherical parts of the jewellery pieces. With each turn, good vibes follow, so each Possession becomes a lucky charm for the wearer, hence the motto “Turn for the Extraordinary” – and extraordinary and novel it certainly is, especially in the world of fine jewellery!

Olivia Palermo Piaget Possession

In 2017, the Maison turned up the fun, when they introduced ornamental coloured stones such as turquoise, lapis lazuli, carnelian, onyx, malachite, and chalcedony, to the collection for the very first time. This year, Piaget expands the Possession Collection to include sliding pendants (think lariat necklace, except with a sliding chain concept, making them adjustable and versatile) 64cm in length, featuring malachite, carnelian, and turquoise in 18k rose gold set with 20 brilliant cut diamonds with an approximate total carat weight of 0.35 cts) and 2 hard stoned beads and a gold bead dangling from each end. A new double bangle in full 18k rose gold with malachite and 30 brilliant cut diamonds, as well as transformable 18k rose gold dangly earrings with carnelian or turquoise with 28 brilliant cut diamonds on the top studs which can either be worn as studs, or with the bottom dangly beads.

Olivia Palermo Piaget Possession 2021 Novelties Dangly Earrings

If you’re not a fan of anything dangly, and want something simple and elegant, the adjustable 39-42cm Possession Luck Pendants come either with malachite, carnelian or turquoise with a halo setting comprising 20 brilliant cut diamonds, which can either be worn on the stone side or flip it over and wear it on the rose gold side, which is perfect for engraving initials or a meaningful date, onto.

Ah, it’s times like these that we wish that our ears are pierced, because we’re really loving the dangly earrings!


Images courtesy of Piaget