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Red identity, sublime felines, iconic jewelry pieces and modern watchmaking embody the house of Cartier and still will for future decades.

Cartier has always been a traveler seeking the most extraodinary stones. Known for the use of platinum in jewelry creations, Cartier became a reference in jewelry to the point that nowadays, la Maison Cartier is the first jewelry producer in the world.

Indian influences, modern watchmaking, official jeweler of the kings and queens, inovative designs and talented craftmanship allowed Cartier creations to reach the status of pieces of art beyond jewelry.

La Maison des Metiers d’art aims to carry on tradition and modernity by preserving, sharing and innovating traditional savoir-faire and craftmanships.

In parallel, the Cartier Foundation was created in 1984 to support contemporary art in promoting creations and discovery by comissioning and producing talented artists. The Fondation Cartier celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.

Cartier Trinity ring mounted on rose gold with diamonds and pink sapphires
CartierCartier Trinity ring mounted on rose gold with diamonds and pink sapphires
Watch PANTHERE DE CARTIER set with diamonds
CartierPanthère de Cartier on white gold with brilliant-cut diamonds
Cartier Love bracelets
CartierLove bracelets
Cartier Panthere de Cartier
CartierPanthere de Cartier
cartier Juste un Clou bracelet mounted on white gold with diamonds
CartierJuste un Clou bracelet mounted on white gold with diamonds
Cartier Amulette mounted on yellow gold with diamonds and lapis lazuli
CartierAmulette de Cartier mounted on yellow gold with diamonds and lapis lazuli

Cartier

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The Tank is turning 100!

The Russian Revolution took place in 1917 and saw Lenin take power. An equally important milestone, in the history of watchmaking at least, took place the same year with the launch of the Tank designed by Louis Cartier. A century…