The collection includes two pieces in 18-karat white gold, including a contrasting Possession ring with two bands of diamonds and ceramic, set with a total of 158 brilliant-cut diamonds, representing approximately 2.36 carats.
The collection also includes an open-ended Possession Contrast bracelet with a single pavé diamond pivot ring in black ceramic at each end, set with a total of 32 brilliant-cut diamonds.
In addition, the collection includes four pieces in 18-carat pink gold. The Possession ring features two bands set with 234 round diamonds, approximately equal to 2.17 carats, while the Possession Open ring features two cabochon-cut carnelian gems and two bands set with 20 round cut diamonds.
Meanwhile, the Possession Sliding Pendant is a 64 cm long chain with a sliding carnelian cabochon surrounded by a rotating diamond ring, two rose gold beads and three carnelian beads set with a total of 20 brilliant-cut diamonds.
In addition, rose gold Possession Beads Earrings surrounded by a band of diamonds and a gold chain with gold beads at each end. The collection also includes a gold chain with two carnelian beads at each end, set with 28 brilliant-cut diamonds.
The collection also includes the Possession Open Bangle, which features two cabochon carnelian gemstones set with 90 diamonds set on two rotating bands and on both sides.
A spokesperson for Piaget said: “Carnelians are valued for their ability to instill courage, positivity and success – all properties associated with the traits of a tiger, perfect for starting the new year in style.”