Last year, about this time, Piaget released a series of six drink-themed rings as part of their Limelight collection; This year they have released seven more of the Cocktail rings. These are not quite as inventive, I thought the rocks in last years "Whiskey on the Rocks" was particularly amusing, but more elaborate. Sadly this year we don't get recipes.
|Golden Nectar A large cushion-cut citrine set in yellow gold with a few diamonds.||Lemon Fizz The drink is a large faceted yellow quartz garnished with a slice of lemon in peridot and diamond and a pair of rubilite and emerald cherries, all set in 18kt yellow gold|
|Tutti Frutti Sadly not ice-cream sold by Chico Marx, this seems to be a drink with one of everything. The ring follows suite, with white and yellow diamonds, emeralds, red spinels, orange sapphires and one each rubelite, amethyst, garnet, citrine and beryl, all set in yellow gold||Blue Sea A giant aquamarine is set in white gold and garnished with a yellow gold branch of fire-opal berries. A few diamonds are set on the shank of the ring as well|
|Deep Purple Unrelated to Prince, this features a large Tanzanite as the drink proper, another peridot and diamond lemon slice and a carved citrine as a cocktail umbrella, all in 18k yellow gold.||Mai Tai A large cushion-cut Morganite, an unusual pink stone in the beryl family, sits among ruby and tzavorite strawberries and a tzavorite sprig of mint. The ring is constructed of 18k white gold and a few diamonds (286 to be exact) as garnish|
|Watermelon Here rubelite represents both the drink, as a large cushion-cut stone, and the fruit garnish, as unfaceted slices. The small watermelon seeds are probably cabuchon-cut black sapphire, though that info is not listed in the press-release. Yellow and white diamonds and emeralds complete the illusion.|