Le Voyage Recommence

The universe of the collection

Light matters

Everything at Cartier revolves around the purity of lines, balancing shape and volume with the play of proportions creating the final harmony of the entire piece. A strong vision that presides when structures of light are born.

Lerro necklace

Featuring three octagonal Colombian emeralds totalling 5.62 carats, a series of intertwining, fluid and graphic lines electrify this creation. A perfect balance between fullness and open space, the openwork further accentuates the illusion of movement. Small touches of tapered diamonds add tension and structure to the piece.

Eximis ring

Cartier presents a ring full of volume centred around a fancy brown-yellow lozenge-shaped diamond weighing 4.15 carats. Triangular white diamonds surround the central gem to give the piece an architectural structure that is divided into symmetrical fragments.

Ondule ring

At Cartier, precious stones bring out emotions freeing intuition of the sublime. Here, a 0.92 carat fancy grey-violet diamond, exceptional due to the rarity of its colour and its weight, is integrated into the heart of a miniature structure. Half-moon diamonds release their radiance around the central stone, transforming its shape and brilliance through a mysterious halo. 

Sama necklace

Animating the inanimate: this is the feat achieved by this necklace. Inspired by the dresses of the whirling dervishes curves, set with diamonds, spin in a striking sensation of movement around the centre stone, a 19.27 carat Ceylon sapphire

Precious geometry

Geometry and contrast are two of the elements that make up the Cartier style. On the one hand, they are based on form and pattern, developed around symmetry or asymmetry, and on the other, by the strength of contrasts.

Spina necklace

Broken lines, alternating diamonds, sapphires and openwork comprise the dazzling design of this necklace, with the suppleness of fabric.  The centre is an alignment of two 4.56-carat cushion-cut diamonds and a 29.16-carat Ceylon sapphire. When pivoted on itself, the creation transforms into a tiara.

Miraggio necklace

The starting point? An alignment of Ceylon sapphires and the axis of a sapphire-and-emerald-patterned grid producing an almost kinetic effect. The ensemble produces a blue-green chromatic harmony, the “peacock decor” of Louis Cartier.

Vespro necklace

It is the stones that give rhythm and contrast: rubies, turquoises, spinels, and garnets make up a game of balance between geometric tension and roundness of the beads.

CLAUSTRA NECKLACE

The Claustra necklace showcases a set of shield diamonds, including a remarkable 4.02 carat specimen. Through effects of perspective and interplays of relief, light vibrates and circulates. Onyx alternates with openwork and diamonds in a constantly reinvented contrast that is emblematic of the Maison. 

World jewellery

Cartier has always had a passion for the world and its cultures. This curiosity is the legacy of a long lineage that is more contemporary than ever.

Yfalos necklace

In the sea, an extension of the sky, and in the turquoise, all possible horizons. The designer has placed them at the centre of this creation, one azure blue, the other streaked with brown veins. They form the soul of this necklace, full of allusions.

Bailong brooch

An honourable creature of the Cartier bestiary, the dragon channels a powerful energy that runs from its crest to its scales and tapered limbs and which is reflected in the realism of this design. Perched upon an octagonal tourmaline totalling 30.11 carats, the dragon holds a yellow diamond in one claw.

Dohara necklace

A reversible necklace with an interplay of colour and pattern. On one side: the fiery light of diamonds and sculpted rock crystal. On the other: red, green and blue lacquer – an emblematic Cartier accord. In the centre: three oval diamonds visible from the front and the back.

Pandjara necklace

An homage to the Islamic Arts and the mashrabiya, with a game of light and shadows. The central stone is a fancy deep yellow-brown shield-shaped diamond, which gives rhythm to the design of the necklace.

Girih necklace

This necklace offers a refined and graphic interpretation of one of the founding themes of Cartier style: the Islamic arts and the splendour of their architecture. An intensity that draws on the power of harmony between emeralds from Zambia and custom-cut turquoises. The central pendant turns into a brooch.​​​

Real life

There is nothing romantic or sweet when it comes to Cartier's representation of nature, rather a creative tension that ranges from hyperrealism to stylisation and even abstraction.

Panthère confiante necklace

Emerging from a lush, acid-coloured décor, the panther watches over a 26.52-carat cabochon peridot surmounted by four octagonal peridots. All around is a blossoming of ribbed coral beads studded with peridot, diamonds and onyx, with graphic touches reminiscent of feline fur.

Pileo ring

What if a 5.12-carat hexagonal diamond were the inspiration for a sea urchin ring, an abstract design freely interpreted from the echinoid? The entire structure of the ring is designed around the edges of the gem to form a sphere bristling with rose-cut and brilliant-cut diamonds, enhanced by white gold studs.

Pineas necklace

Pine cone or wisteria? At the end of two asymmetrical pendants of pavé rose gold scales, this necklace boasts two hexagonal Colombian emeralds totalling 25.84 carats. Exceptional gems which, when detached, become earrings. This is the art of transformation, one of the Maison's signatures.

Distrysia necklace

To begin, there is a 13.78 carat fancy yellow-brown diamond in a modified hexagonal shape. It gives the necklace its asymmetrical structure, composed of white, pink and brown diamonds, lapis lazuli, obsidians, sapphires and amethysts, all cut to measure.

Panthère Givrée necklace

A new interpretation of Cartier's emblematic feline, this necklace combines stylisation and figuration. The realism of the head creates a dialogue with the abstraction of the pixelated coat in onyx spots. At its centre are three aquamarines with a total weight of 20.33 carats.