Swiss firm Piaget is marginally better known for its watches than its jewelry. In its display of guilloche, though, the company’s newest jewelry collection inflects its designs with the watchmaker’s art.
In its suggestion of accident, guilloche is a tonic for high-end cookie cutter methodology, and hints at Piaget’s history. The Possession Palace Décor Collection also returns Piaget to its golden age; Décor Palace finishing dates to 1961.
The new collection consists of seven rings and a triple rose gold earring. The pinnacle of the set is the ‘Rainbow Ring’, which is adorned with colored precious gemstones — sapphires and tsavorites. The other six rings emerge as perhaps more subtle, combining guilloche-finished 18K gold with brilliant-cut diamonds.
Piaget’s guilloche Possession Palace Décor Collection is available now.