Spun magic: the meditative appeal of Piaget’s Possession rings
Luxury jewellery house Piaget literately struck gold when they created their Possession ring. For the many women out there who like to play with their jewellery, the simple and intentional rotation of the Possession ring's middle band was a surprisingly addictive pleasure. Introduced back in 1990, to mark the ring's 25th anniversary this year, Piaget has expanded the iconic Posession collection to include a stunning pink gold iteration.
Reimagined for the modern women, the latest Possession ring is crafted from on-trend polished 18-carat pink gold and brilliant cut diamonds. The ring comes in two versions: the first features a single-cut diamond on the internal band, while the second is adorned with rows of diamonds on the exterior band.
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In other news for the luxury jeweller, actress Jessica Chastain has been recently appointed as brand ambassador. The red-carpet regular has been spotted wearing a selection of Piaget pieces from the collection and is particularly enamoured with the Possession ring. "I've always been the girl who likes to turn my rings," she says. "It feels playful and, I am constantly in a meditative state."
According to Piaget, the Possession ring offers the wearer a symbolic gesture of their endless potential. The ritualistic turning of the brand allows wearers a moment to connect with themselves and turn on the positive energy in their lives.
The Possession collection features rings, necklaces and earrings in pink and white gold and is available now. Head to int.piaget.com to check it out.
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