Piaget’s largest and most prestigious collection unveiled


Piaget has been a pioneer of Haute Horlogerie. It has proved that it is capable of outshining the watch-making world with its exceptional and intricate skills with the Biennale des Antiquaires. The new collection features 59 pieces of high jewelry and 12 high jewelry watches, making it the largest and most ambitious collection of the brand. The collection mainly explores the idea of feminine seduction through its instruments such as lace, corsets, ribbons, and tassels. The collection also makes extensive use of white diamonds, red rubellites, mysterious black spinels, and gold.

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Some of the most iconic and exquisite pieces of the collection are featured below:-
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The Couture Precieuse necklace inspired by Diamond embroidery is a lace-like piece, set with 1513 brilliant-cut diamonds, 133 baguettes cut diamonds, 4 pear-shaped diamonds, and 11 rose-cut diamonds.
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The Couture Precieuse necklace ‘Radiant Laces Inspiration’ set with298 brilliant-cut diamonds and two pear-shaped diamonds that mirror the spinel itself casts an elegant curve around the neckline.
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The Couture Precieuse Exceptional cuff watch is a secret watch that sits confidently and comfortably on the wrist. It elegantly hides the watch face on the inside of the wrist, allowing you to check the time discreetly and secretly.
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The Couture Preceiuse cuff watches “Diamond Embroidery Inspiration is a stunning watch set with 69 brilliant-cut diamonds, and the dial is snow-set with 331 brilliant-cut diamonds. The watch’s most conspicuous feature is the mesh cuff that wraps around the wrist, flaunting Piaget’s rare chain-making skills.
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Piaget Couture Précieuse ring is set in 18 karats white gold with 1 oval-cut rubellite (approx. 13.23 cats) and 120 brilliant-cut diamonds (approx. 1.27 cts).
The collection also hosts fine feminine jewelry such as rings, earrings, and necklaces that are true to Piaget’s idea of temptation, seduction, and femininity.
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