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Piaget Possession wedding ring collection is born a feminine, round, generous piece. It plays with musicality, with its two bands ringing against one another. It is decorated with diamonds and coloured stones, with its half-moon setting, and in 1995, it becomes Piaget emblematic unisex wedding ring. On some versions, the number of turning rings may vary: 1, 3 or 5 rings.
For her, for him, forever: unisex wedding rings of the Piaget Collection are a treasure to cherish. The last Possession version is eccentric: the turning ring is off-centre. It is the only ring with two diamonds that meet completely by chance as the rings turn. Haunting, like music, intoxicating, like a dance.
Variation of the number of diamonds on the turning wedding ring: 1, 3, 7 or a line of round or square-cut diamonds, in its high jewellery version. Each number has its own corresponding language: one diamond says «you are unique», three diamonds say «you, me, us » and «yesterday, today, tomorrow », seven diamonds, lucky number, promising the seven wonders of the world, and one line of diamonds underlines eternal love.
Piaget unisex wedding rings possess those who wear it, link those who offer it to those who receive it. Symbolising unions, the Possession ring created in 1990 was quickly adapted as a wedding ring. The rings are set with diamonds: one, three or seven… they are promises to be read between the lines, of love, faithfulness, attachment, infinity…