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PIAGET SEES LIFE IN COLOUR

What is the point of colour if not to bring joy?

SUNNY COLOURS

Colours almost always carry connotations, conjuring up all manner of memories and associations. They are natural-born storytellers. Piaget’s beloved shades of blue, turquoise, green and red, serve to tell new stories.

    Like music, colour is all about vibrancy.

    THE ULTIMATE COLOUR

    CARNELIAN

    Long associated with love and passion, red is an invitation to raise the temperature, to feel more and be more. Expressed in the vibrancy of coral, the depth of cornelian or the irresistible power of ruby, it will always attract and fascinate.

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      THE SYMBOL OF INFINITY

      LAPIS

      Rare in nature and long prized by painters, blue invites the viewer to look deeper, further, all the way to infinity. In precious, fine and ornamental stones, it is the colour of sapphire, sodalite, and a lapis lazuli made even more dazzling with its speckles of gold.

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        A PROMISE OF ESCAPISM

        TURQUOISE

        Recalling Mediterranean summer days and exotic lagoons, turquoise is a promise of escape to warmth and sunshine, to the exquisite sensation of sun on your skin. Whether in stones of aquamarine, opal or Paraiba tourmaline, it expresses the joy of being free to live each moment to the full.

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          AN INNATE COLOUR

          MALACHITE

          The predominate colour of La Côte-aux-Fées where Piaget was born, and of life itself, green echoes and accentuates the beauty of nature. Whether in the form of emerald, malachite, jasper, or chyrsoprase, it is an expression of ever-renewing hope and vitality for all those who wear it.

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