Master Swiss jeweler and watchmaker Piaget unveils its interlaced charms with the new Possession Entrelacée rings. Though they appear to be quite solid, these rings are technical masterpieces of playful movement. The bands, which you can make out if you pay attention to the close-ups here. While intimately tied to each other, the bands actually move with complete freedom.
Piaget’s description of the rings is so eloquent we reproduce it below intact: “(The bands) gaily whirl and twirl, while remaining joined in an endless embrace. The art of charming one’s partner while playing hard to get… But who is actually playing with whom?” Romanticism aside, the rings are available in white or rose gold, set with diamonds in two distinct styles.