For over twenty years the Piaget Possession collection has captivated women with its playful pieces and exquisite craftsmanship. With movement being a key pillar in the collection it has grown to encompass a range of bracelets, earrings and necklaces - all while incorporating elements of motion, delight and luck into the iconic designs.
Now, Piaget is breathing new life into the collection, awakening the senses just in time for spring. Bazaar shares a few of our favourite highlights from the Possession collection below.
Personalisation at Its Finest
Piaget clients now have the ability to customise the back of a Possession pendant with a lucky jewel and can choose from either white or rose gold options. The necklace also boasts a central cabochon-shaped motif that can flip within the pendant, giving the wearer the choice of two different looks.
Piaget Possession Lucky Pendant in 18K white gold and 18K rose gold
With one side of the pendant adorned with 46 brilliant-cut diamonds and the other left blank for a personal engraving the owner has the option of turning the piece into a special keepsake, whether it's the memory of an anniversary or the name of a special someone.
The Joy of Movement
By moving the pendant up and down the chain to alter the length, the new Possession Sliding Pendants provides its wearer with the freedom to style the necklace however they see fit. Adorned with a fixed circular motif that is set with 55 brilliant-cut diamonds and circled by a diamond-set turning ring, this piece bringing understated elegance to any outfit.
When it comes to precious metals, many of us have a preference and stick to a specific hue. Several Piaget creations that previously only existing in rose gold are now available in white gold within the Possession collection, including the diamond-paved Piaget Possession Long Turning Pendant.
Piaget Possession Pendant in 18K white gold, Small Hoops Earrings in 18K white gold, Turning Ring (small) in 18K white gold, Turning Ring (medium) in 18K white gold and Open Bangle Carnelian in 18K rose gold
Images courtesy of Piaget, shot by Moez Achour