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    Love and Eternity by Piaget: gold and diamond engagement ring

    Piaget gold and diamond engagement 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…

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    Piaget Possession gold and diamond engagement 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 wedding ring. On some versions, the number of turning rings may vary: 1, 3 or 5 rings.

    Piaget wedding creations: for her, for him, forever

    The Piaget Wedding Collection offers you a wide range of engagement rings both for women and men. Piaget’s gold and diamond engagement rings convey exceptional emotions: pure, intense and promising like a life shared together. Set with a single or row diamonds, they convey exceptional and intense emotions.

    Piaget Possession gold and diamond engagement ring: high jewelry expertise

    Piaget has earned a worldwide reputation for impressive craftsmanship. For its Possession gold and diamond engagement ring, every diamond is cut, adjusted and set by hand in order to create a unique masterpiece, symbol of your eternal love. The entire mechanism of the ring is invisible, the technical principle of Possession is protected by Piaget craftsmen in the greatest secrecy.

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