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@Piaget Mediterranean Garden

PIAGET MEDITERRANEAN GARDENCelebrating the free spirit of the 1960s and 1970s,the Extremely Piaget collection recalls a
stellar  period  of  creativity  and  innovation  in  the  history  of  the  Maison,  marked  by  an explosion  of  colour  and  new  shapes,  and  enhanced  by the  most  precious  materials:
diamonds,  colourful  stones  and exquisite  gold.   During  these  carefree years,  with  its  bold creations, Piaget established itself as the brand of choice for celebrities and the international jet  set  who  enjoyed  the  glamour  of  life  on  the  Riviera,  and  regularly  frequented  its extraordinary  parties, some  organised  by  Mr  Piaget  himself. Finding  inspiration  in  its  rich heritage, the new Piaget Mediterranean Garden collection brings a contemporary twist to the captivating lifestyle of the Riviera with its elegant festivities and stylish fashions. Exploring the  elaborate  marriage  of  brilliant  stones  and  intricate  gold  techniques,  these  surprising designs  for  the  sophisticated  modern  woman  embody  the  distinctive  elegance  associated with Mediterranean living since the 1960s.

Twisted  gold  and  marquise  diamonds:  A  Walk  Through  The Mediterranean Garden
With  the  same  boldness  that  captivated  the  most  stylish  personalities  of  the  era,  Piaget Mediterranean  Garden  brings  to  life  the  beauty  of  blooming  roses,  palm  trees  and shimmering waters in a style that is uniquely « Piaget », masterfully combining the fine art of goldsmithing and the expertise of gem-setting to create seductive pieces. The Piaget Rose, inspired by Yves Piaget’s passion for the queen of  flowers, is joined by creations with their many surprising shapes, colours and textures. The precision and artistry with which the gold is shaped and woven, and with which the gems are set infuses each jewel with great depth and sparkle, like a secret garden filled with rays of sunlight or the delicate beams of a coastal moon. With Paraiba tourmaline and blue sapphires elegantly reflecting the blue of the deep sea waters, the untameable French Riviera lifestyle is fully staged.

The  collection  is  characterised  by  two  jewellery  techniques  -  twisted  goldsmithing  and marquise-cut  stones  -  expertly  mastered  by  the  Maison.  Made  popular  in  the  1960s  and 1970s,  Piaget  has  continued  to  evolve  them,  developing  increasingly  complex  methods  to reach new heights in perfection. The Twisted Gold cuff is created using a single gold wire, rather than two, twisted  upon itself. Achieving thehelical pattern with such a thin thread demands precision and patience from the jeweller, whothen cuts it into small segments and solders it on the gold band of the bracelet withouta single trace of the welding to be seen.

Both the border of the bracelet, as well as the prongs holding the diamonds are created from
twisted  gold.   This  unique  setting  technique  gives  the  impression  that  the  stones  are
delicately floating on the delicately polished surface of the bracelet.

First  commissioned  by  King  Louis  XV  to  emulate  the  seductive smile  of  his  mistress  the Marquise Madame de Pompadour, the marquise-cut tells a poetic and sensual symbolic that perfectly  suits  Piaget’s  femininity.  Due  to  its  shape and  facets,  inclusions  and  colour  are more visible than in other types of cut, requiring Piaget’s gemmologists to source the best clarity and colour for all its marquise-cut diamonds,a process that can take over 6 months.

Respecting the codes of the art of gemmology, perfectsymmetry of the cut is required to
maximize  the  stone’s  face  up  beauty  and  contrast  brilliance.  The  marquise-cut  gives
diamonds  a  very  particular  sparkle.  The  use  of  this  cut  has  been  a  classic  in  Piaget  High Jewellery since the Maison’s early beginnings as a master-jeweller.
Only  once  the  best  stones  have  been  identified  can  the  virtuosity  of  Piaget  gem-setting begin,  each  stone  placed  with  the  greatest  precision  around  the  watch,  creating  a  laurel wreath  as  a  powerful  symbol  of  victory  and  glory  for the  woman  wearing  the  timepiece.

Native to the Mediterranean region, the aromatic laurel with its glossy and broad leaves is
transformed  in  diamonds  and  gold.  As  the  marquise-cut releases  the  fiery  sparkle  of  the stone, radiating from the centre towards the two ends of the navette, the crown of diamonds that surrounds the dial shines in such a way that the case disappears. The uniquely tapered shape  gives  this  kind  of  diamond  a  very  particular  movement,  facilitating  the  seamless juxtaposition of the stones in a circular shape to  create generous volume, while keeping the appearance of the watch light, feminine and delicate.
In  a  world  of  fragrant  fantasy  and  floral  beauty,  the  feminine  rose  in  gold  and  diamonds continues to enthral. Inspired by the leafy and luscious gardens overlooking the Riviera, with their palms, laurels and roses, the Piaget Mediterranean Garden seduces with its elaborately textured gold, marquise-cut diamonds and its explosion of colourful stones.


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