The Golden Oasis high jewelery collection by Piaget: here is the Native Bloom line ♦
The third line of Piaget’s Golden Oasis high jewelry collection, which follows Play of Lights and Desert Minerals, was named Native Bloom. Also in this case the reference is the nature, in its colors and with its textures, from the desert flora that manages to withstand a difficult environment. Wild flowers and plants with their unusual shapes and colors are the inspiration for the vivid Native Bloom creations and their precious stones.
Part of this collection is the Luxuriant Oasis line, which alludes to the green brackets that are surprisingly found in the desert. The green, in this case, is that of emeralds: the search for the right stones to create the leaves of Luxuriant Oasis jewels took over a year. The intense color and purity of these high quality emeralds make them extremely rare.
In particular, the Luxuriant Oasis necklace is characterized by rows of delicate marquise-cut emeralds that represent the lush leaves of the oasis. The subtle curved design echoes the sinuous banks of a river and culminates with a brilliant cut diamond of 3.01 carats. The marquise-cut stones look just like leaves and imitate their movement. The jewel is elegantly transformed with the teardrop diamond, which can be removed and worn alone on a white gold chain. To obtain the ellipse that gives shape to the necklace, with its tapered cone-shaped points and its 55 facets, it is necessary to start from a large gem. The light starts from the center and then widens towards the ends, giving the gem a unique splendor deeply loved by Piaget that has made this cut one of the characteristics of the Maison.
The Vegetal Laces manchette earring is made up of diamonds alternated with green emeralds in a design that recalls natural shapes. The earring in 18K white gold shines thanks to a 1.45 carat drop-shaped Colombia emerald and the surrounding gems, which took more than a year to research. This creation emits an intense green shade that is reminiscent of agave plants that dot the desert landscape and become a symbol of the power of life.