Friday, April 29, 2011
Food and travel guest blogger hkLifestyleGeek follows up on her previous post about Piaget's cocktail rings with her thoughts on their latest collection. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last year Piaget created some cocktail rings that were literally on the rocks.
And now it continues its jewellery line with its theme of large stone rings decorated this time... with birds.
In expanding its Limelight Garden Party, Piaget brings the spring celebrations outdoors.
The press release describes a "shining luxuriant garden", and other poetic phrases like "a cherry blossom on its emerald stem" and "a diamond rose savours the moment".
And in describing this 18-carat white gold ring with a cushion-cut rubellite along with eight round-cut pink sapphires, 16 pear-shaped emeralds and 359 brilliant-cut diamonds, the breathless news release says:
"How could one not succumb to the shimmering gleam of the flamboyant rubellite enthroned on a ring composed of precious stones? It seduces diamonds and emeralds, and tenderly receives the kiss of a bird."