In 1924, visionary Louis Cartier created a ring. Poet Jean Cocteau who made it his own.
Having met in a hospital during the War, Cocteau and Cartier remained friends ever since. The poet asked him to create a Saturnian piece he wore at his pinky and kept offering years after years to his friends and lover.
What was later refered in the U.S. as the Trinity collection: three bands and three types of gold harmoniously interwound that marked the birth of a timeless designed jewel.
Rose gold for love, yellow gold for loyalty and grey gold for friendship, the Trinity ring is a sign of engagement.
Over a million Trinity rings have been sold in the world.