Piaget Rose earrings
Ref: Earrings G38LF300
Piaget Rose earrings in 18k white gold, set with 14 pear-cut diamonds (approx. 6.07 ct) and 218 brilliant-cut diamonds (approx. 9.89 ct).
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White gold, diamondsA joyful alternation of diamond garlands. Magical charm characterizes these earrings with fluid chains of diamonds, topped with two entirely gem-set roses. Their incomparable radiance lights up the garden party. *Piaget luxury watches and jewelry are individually produced and thus the weight and carats of each product can vary from the displayed data.
Sculptures of Gold and the Architects of Dreams
At the Piaget Manufacture, designers, gemologists, gem-setters and jewelers work together in perfect harmony. Passion leads to excellence throughout all production stages, from the successful expression of an idea to the selection of rare gemstones, the most faithful interpretation of design sketches and the showcasing of gemstones. A piece of jewelry is being created at one of the largest Fine Jewelry workshops in Geneva. A drawing is created and contours are revealed little by little. The carefully studied architecture begins to take shape, and gold is then painstakingly sculpted, adjusted, polished and buffed to reveal all of its glory. This is the moment of grace when the piece of jewelry comes to life. The gold is then enhanced by the brilliance of gemstones that a gem-setter sets with precision to perfectly showcase their beauty. Nearly 340 hours of work by our designers, gemologists, gem-setters and jewelers are required to create this Fine Jewelry necklace.
Gem-setting: A Dazzling Display of Precious Stones
Performed in close collaboration with our designers, gem-setting is practiced as an art. Once the number of gemstones and their positioning have been determined, our craftsmen sculpt the metal to gradually reveal the setting in which a gemstone will be placed. Then they select the gemstone that will be adjusted with precision to fit within the created setting. This step is repeated with each gemstone. Based on a piece’s design, our gem-setters opt for bead, claw, bezel, invisible, inset and channel settings in which brilliant, baguette, princess and pear cut diamonds are combined. The precision and finesse of gem-setting and the refinement of polishing create pieces with unique character and perfect finishes. Once the gem-setter's painstaking work has been completed, each gemstone is individually checked. At Piaget, precious gemstones are selected to beautifully adorn our jewelry pieces. Over two million gems are set each year in our workshops.