20 years ago Piaget
released the "Possession" watch collection for women. Like many of their older collection, Piaget has been reinterpreting them for the modern market. This is the most modern version of the Possession watch for women and it displays a simple form of refinement that you'll find (for example) in many Cartier watches that have been around for a long time. Piaget does this as well aptly. Despite being a mature design, it has a youthful playfulness that is enhanced by its high-luxury character. The case is offered in 18k white gold, while the bezel is set with 37 high-quality diamonds. The diamond ring actually spins around giving the wearer something to play with. Piaget has also designed the satin strap to be interchangeable. The round lugless case has a set of two oblong circles that make up the dial frame - offering an unusual, and sophisticated look. Easy to read for a women's watch of this ilk, the dauphine style hands are complimented with art deco style Roman numerals. Inside the case is a Swiss quartz movement. Very nicely done for simple style, with the design and emotion you can expect from Piaget.
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