Cartier Jewelry

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Cartier Jewelry is a French extravagance merchandise combination organization which plans, fabricates, appropriates, and offers adornments and watches.

Cartier is notable for its adornments and wristwatches, including the “Bestiary” (best represented by the Panthère pin of the 1940s made for Wallis Simpson), the precious stone neckband made for Bhupinder Singh the Maharaja of Patiala, and the “Santos” wristwatch of 1904.

Cartier was established in 1847 in Paris by the goldsmith Louis-François Cartier, who in 1899 gave over to his three children.

They would set up the organization universally, not minimum by influencing the Cartier to name a most loved among the delegated heads of Europe. Named “Lord of Jewelers, Jeweler of Kings”, the brand rushed to turn its consideration regarding watches. Many have turned out to be current symbols, for example, the Santos (1904), one of the main wristwatches, the Tortue (1912) and the Tank (1919). They were trailed by other vital manifestations, including the Pasha, the Santos 100, the Ballon Bleu and the Caliber.

In the entomb war years two more branches of Cartier were opened in elegant shoreline resorts, Cartier Cannes in 1935 and Cartier Monte Carlo in 1938. While France was involved by German troops amid WWII, Cartier deciphered the national image of a confined fledgling into adornments outlines. At the point when the Nazi administration was at last quenched and Paris was free indeed Cartier made the “liberated winged animal ornament” as a tribute to freedom. The representative pin comprised of a little singing flying creature made with diamonds of blue, red, and while speaking to the French national hues, mounted over a gold confine.

Louis and Jaques Cartier both passed on in 1942. Their sibling Pierre turned into the leader of Cartier International in 1945 and from that point on stayed completely in the shop in Paris until the point that he resigned to Geneva in 1947. In the late 1940’s Cartier London was controlled by Jean-Jaques Cartier, while the New York branch was going by Claude Cartier. In 1962 Claude Cartier sold Cartier New York, however, remained leader of the organization until 1963.

The Cartier family held responsible for the firm until 1964. It is presently part of the Richemont Group.

By 1968 Cartier had advanced from a privately-owned company into a huge multinational association. In 1972 Joseph Kanoui drove a budgetary syndicate which purchased control of Cartier Paris. Robert Hocq progressed toward becoming a leader of the organization. He by and by joined the three branches of Cartier and assumed control over the administration of the London and New York branches in a move to re-build up Cartier’s picture of renown and significance. In 1983 Cartier propelled a battle to purchase back its recorded pieces to make an accumulation that is an observer to an outstanding legacy and unbelievable status.

Cartier operates more than 200 stores in 125 countries, with three Temples (Historical Maison) worldwide:

  • Paris – 13, Rue de la Paix
  • London – 175-177 New Bond Street
  • New York – 653 Fifth Avenue

Categories

  • Rings
  • Bracelets
  • Necklaces
  • Earrings
  • Brooches
  • Charms

By Collections

  • Amulette de Cartier
  • LOVE
  • Panthère de Cartier
  • Paris Nouvelle Vague
  • Trinity de Cartier
  • Juste un Clou
  • Diamants Legers de Cartier
  • Diamond Collection
  • Trinity Ruban solitaire
  • Cartier Destinée solitaire
  • Ballerine solitaire
  • Caresse d’orchidées par Cart
  • C de Cartier
  • Entrelaces
  • Cartier Fauna and Flora
  • Evasions Joaillières
  • Links and Chains
  • Hearts and Symbols
  • Pearl Jewellery
  • Colourful Jewellery
  • Agrafe
  • Le Baiser du Dragon
  • Cactus
  • Lanière

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