Piaget Rose is not only the name of one of the House’s precious jewelry collections, it is also the name of an award-winning flower, named in honor of Yves Piaget, a great lover of roses. Since his childhood in La Côte-aux-Fées, Switzerland, Yves Piaget has been fascinated by the wild flowers that surround him, especially the Eglantine roses, which grow at an altitude of 1,000 meters.
For the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Yves Piaget Rose, the house launched its first Piaget Rose Collection in 2012, in honor of this rose known for the exuberance of its 80 layers of petals and its bewitching fragrance. The rose is also a symbol of love, joy and generosity, three values that have always been emphasized by the house of Piaget.
A generous bouquet ring and matching earrings are adorned with Piaget’s signature Décor Palace, which accentuates the reflection of light on each petal. The generosity of these bouquets is accentuated by sparkling diamonds. The rose gold ring and earrings are set with brilliant cut diamonds.
The bouquet also comes in a second pair of rose gold earrings with a large open flower set entirely with diamonds and a smaller button set with a diamond in its center, for a total of 134 brilliant-cut diamonds. Available in rose or white gold and set with 12 brilliant-cut diamonds, two other models of clip-on earrings offer a sophisticated yet bold style.
View the new Piaget Rose Collection here