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Since introducing its first jewelry collection in the ’60s, Piaget has climbed its way to the top. Now recognized as one of the top luxury jewelry designers in the world, Piaget has an extensive archive of breathtaking jewelry collections. Here are five of their current, stunning jewelry collections.

4. Piaget Rose Collection
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Many jewelers interpret flowers, especially roses, but Piaget may have the closest relationship to the flower yet. Yves Piaget, current chairman of the jeweler, has a deep connection with roses, so much so that a breed of rose was named for him in 1982, the Yves Piaget Rose. Yves spent his life working closely with rose breeders, acting as chair of rose competitions and advocating on behalf of roses. Piaget rose jewelry, unsurprisingly, is an interpretation of the Yves Piaget Rose in white and yellow gold set with diamonds or without.

3. Possession

Introduced in 2014, the Possession collection is Piaget’s way to balance their typically-extravagant fine jewelry collections. The modern collections are a bit trendier and attainable than the jeweler’s typical designs. To put a face to Possession, Piaget jewelry chose Olivia Palermo as a brand ambassador to the collection, further demonstrating the wearability and fashion-forward look of the collection. The 17 pieces were designed to be mix and matched in whichever creative way the wearer chooses while maintaining the luxury feel of Piaget.

2. Secrets and Lights
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Released in summer of 2015, Piaget’s Secrets and Lights collection features 38 watches and 93 high jewelry designs. This collection was inspired by the Silk Road, primarily focusing on the cities of Venice and Samarkand. The name of the collection comes from the collections inspired by the two cities — “The Secrets of Venice” and “The Lights of Samarkand.” The cities were chosen for the culture, history, architecture and beauty. The Venetian collection uses ornate patterns and enameling inspired by the Italian city while the Samarkand collections focuses on rare gems sourced from all over the globe.

1. Extremely Piaget
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Extremely Piaget was designed especially for Piaget’s 140th anniversary to showcase their emblematic designs of the 1960s-70s. The high jewelry and watch collection features 37 watches and 88 jewelry pieces as an ode to the iconic watch designs of the time period. The collection is a colorful combination of precious gems and carefree designs featuring hammered gold and colorful stones like lapis lazuli. The other half of the collection contrasts the bold and bright with dazzling pieces featuring marquis-cut diamonds set in white gold.

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