Piaget, a history that began in 1874 and has been constantly enriched ever since, directly controls all stages and skills, from conception to delivery of a technically complicated watch or a magnificent jewellery creation. Its extensive jewellery-making competence is exercised in specialised workshops where over one million precious stones are set each year.
Extremely Colourful: it all starts with colour. And colour has never been so present in a Piaget collection. Firstly thanks to the precious stones, particularly two emeralds (one cabochon-cut and the other cushion-cut, both over 25 ct), one 20 ct engraved ruby, and one cushion-cut sapphire of 20.2 ct. And of course thanks to the hard stones too: natural turquoises, opals, heart of ruby, jade, onyx and lapis lazuli. They are used not only in watch dials, but also in High Jewellery pieces.
Extremely Sparkling: after colour, the other outstanding stylistic feature of this collection is its ability to capture light and redirect it towards the exterior so as to give the jewellery an exceptionally brilliant sparkle. To create this effect, Piaget has employed a profusion of diamonds. Appearing as central stones in bracelets, necklaces, rings and earrings, they are also present in jewellery surroundings and are sometimes set in double rows on watches. They can be found as brilliant-cut, marquise-cut or baguette-cut stones.
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