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  • Piaget's Possession rings are ideal for fidgeters
  • Piaget's Possession rings are ideal for fidgeters
    Natalya Gartseva (2015) ©
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Piaget's Possession rings are ideal for fidgeters

Whether you're a hair twirler, phone cord fiddler or Blu Tack squisher, we all love to fidget. It’s comforting, and it's the reason luxury jeweller Piaget has seen its Possession rings stay a success for 25 years; each ring comes with a second rotating band that you can turn, fidget and play with.

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