PIAGET Possession Décor Palace

Jewellery, Top Stories

PIAGET Possession Décor Palace

Piaget unveils a new interpretation of its iconic signature and revives the charm of its Décor Palace with a new bracelet that pays homage to the volumes, savoir-faire and audacity of its most precious jewels.

PIAGET Possession Décor Palace

At first glance, everything is there: the gold work, the weight of the metal, the pavé stones, the setting of the central diamond, the gadroon motif on the outside of the setting and the mobility of the ring. With this new prestigious series, Piaget returns to its stylistic roots. You notice the volume of the creations, you can distinguish the details and you can imagine the effect they have when you wear them. As soon as it touches the skin, each Piaget jewel that leaves the atelier stands out for its meticulous finish, generous volume – inspired by the 1990s – and bold design.

The Possession ring, worn on the thumb, spins, twirls and subsides. On the index finger, it imposes and shows its strength of character in daily life. On the middle finger, it swings its playful gait. On the ring finger it is a certainty, it embraces the shape of the finger, lengthens it and blends with the most refined models. On the little finger it is intriguing, playful and attractive. Always do more than necessary: it is the motto rooted in the imagination of the Maison Piaget.

The model with a row of pavé diamonds resting on the Décor Palace ring, with a diamond set in the centre, contrasts with the version with a double row of pavé diamonds of two different diameters, in turn surrounded by the Décor Palace: a resolutely modern and jeweler.

A game of rings that leads the eye towards the highlight of the collection. In the viewfinder, a rigid bracelet available in three versions: two gold models with a diamond set or with two rows of pavé diamonds on either side of the central motif. The bracelet features the Palace Décor, a tiny central rotating ring, and the Possession-set diamond at its center.


Since the 1960s, Piaget has introduced Décor Palace in its collections, a gold engraving technique that gives body and consistency to the precious metal. This workmanship, which is inspired by the guillochage of watch dials both in substance and in execution, is also visible in semi-darkness. Refinement combined with audacity remains a fundamental point of reference in Piaget’s heritage.

Bringing Décor Palace back to the center of the collection means giving meaning to the evolution of Possession in Piaget’s history. It is also a way to bring the perenniality of this collection into dialogue with the present, both in terms of modernity and contemporaneity. Light, precious, recognizable, identifying and prestigious, every jewel signed by Possession becomes absolutely desirable and decidedly modern. Emotion is born from savoir-faire.

PIAGET Possession Décor Palace

Comments are off this post!