The Piaget Solstice line perfectly combines two of the Maison’s main principles: quality and innovation, making it harmoniously appropriate for a solstice celebration. Mastery meets utter beauty at the “Ateliers de l’Extraordinaire,” where audacity and craft become companions. Solstice is elegant, stylish, and stunning, much like the Piaget Society elite. Here, we take a look at Solstice by Piaget, the latest high jewellery collection.
Design And Style
The voluptuous style of the Voluptuous Ribbon and Generous Laces sets mimics the subtle asymmetry of elegant fabric ribbons, drawing inspiration from Haute-Couture garments. The flexible Precious Adornment necklace complements the flexibility of a pricey gown. Excellence without playfulness is meaningless. The glimmering feathers on the Extravagant Touch watch transform into earrings, while the central motif on the Flamboyant Nightfall necklace can be taken off and fastened onto a ring mounting!
The Piaget Solstice collection prioritises quality, as does everything else that is Piaget. Piaget’s jewellery know-how, when combined with the Maison’s excellent craftsmanship, offers remarkable stones a delicate setting, showcasing their brilliance on priceless and whimsical creations.
The boldness and bursting vitality emanate from every stone, including the blue and pink sapphires from Madagascar and Sri Lanka, the black opals from Australia, and the distinctive emeralds from Zambia. Our artists mould and sculpt gold in the “Ateliers de l’Extraordinaire” to give it the suppleness of a silky fabric. The Voluptuous Ribbons and Generous Laces sets provide a magnificent demonstration of Piaget’s expertise with their asymmetrical designs and exquisite curves. The marquise-cut, which has 55 facets, best represents the collection’s overall brilliance.
With the extraordinary timepieces from the Solstice collection, Piaget, a jeweller and a watchmaker, once again blends its two main savoir-faires. The flying tourbillon movement of the Dazzling Swirl watch, the pinnacle of watchmaking art, is embellished with a design that is another homage to the spinning of a lavish dress.
The Maison Piaget continues to push the boundaries of craftsmanship and creativity while remaining true to its traditions and ready to discover new horizons. Prepare yourself for an extravagant evening of freedom!
Piaget is the personification of risk-taking creativity, which has permeated the Maison from its founding in 1874. Georges-Edouard Piaget dedicated himself to creating very precise movements from his initial workshop in La Côte-aux-Fées, an achievement that laid the groundwork for our ground-breaking name.
Late in the 1950s, Piaget introduced the incredibly thin movements that would eventually come to represent the Maison and serve as the core of the Altiplano line. Piaget, a great innovator in the watch and jewellery industries, has a strong commitment to artistic principles and inventiveness.
Master craftsmen continue to use uncommon techniques that have been passed down and mastered from generation to generation behind the walls of the “Ateliers de l’Extraordinaire,” transforming gold, stones, and precious gems into stunning works of art.
The Maison has developed symbols of audacious perfection via its quest of masterful craftsmanship, which are reflected in its collections, including Altiplano, Piaget Polo, Limelight Gala, Possession, Piaget Sunlight, Piaget Rose, and Extremely Piaget.
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