Jewelry & Watches

Piaget Is Opening a Heritage Exhibition to Showcase Its Famous Archives

Get a first look at the stunning collection here.

Piaget, the historic jewelry and watch house that counts Jackie Kennedy Onassis and Elizabeth Taylor among their famous fans, is opening a new exhibition at their Beverly Hills boutique showcasing priceless pieces from their private archives. The Heritage Exhibition, which will open on September 10, features items from the 1960s onward, including the iconic Necklace Watch worn by Anjelica Huston for a photo shoot with Richard Avedon in 1970.

Take a peek at the exhibition here, and see the stunning collection yourself at Piaget Beverly Hills through September 30.

This exhibition case features the yellow gold necklace watch with lapis-lazuli beads on the left.

Famously worn by Anjelica Huston in 1970, it's displayed with a yellow gold necklace watch with a lapis-lazuli dial and a yellow gold necklace watch with a nephrite dial and beads.

A white gold necklace watch with a turquoise dial and plates from 1973, displayed with two watches on the sides.

A white gold cuff watch with an opal dial from 1970.

Three watches on display together.

A white gold cuff watch with lapis-lazuli and a turquoise dial from 1970.

A yellow gold cuff watch with a ruby root dial from 1970.

A yellow gold cuff watch with a malachite dial and onyx elements from 1973.

A display inside the exhibition.

A look at the necklace case in the Heritage Exhibition.

A look inside the exhibition.

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