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PRESERVING AND PASSING DOWN KNOWLEDGE

A firm believer in its duty to preserve and pass on everything relating to beauty, Cartier demonstrates its commitment through various actions in support of the cultural sphere.

“HERE WE ARE! WOMEN IN DESIGN 1900 – TODAY” EXHIBITION AT THE VITRA DESIGN MUSEUM

Cartier supported the Here We Are! Women in Design 1900 – Today exhibition at the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein from 29 September 2021 to 6 March 2022. The exhibition then travelled to various institutions around the world. The event highlights the careers of women designers, including Jeanne Toussaint, artistic director of the Maison from 1933 to 1970, through a selection of eighteen pieces from the Cartier Collection.

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RESTORATION OF A NECKLACE FROM THE MUSÉE DES ARTS DÉCORATIFS IN PARIS

As part of the Cartier and Islamic Art exhibition. Always exploring the foundations of modernity, in 2019, Cartier made a commitment to restore a necklace of Indian origin dating from the 18th or 19th century. The necklace, now in the collections of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, was presented at the Cartier boutique at 13 Rue de la Paix in 1913 as part of an exhibition of oriental jewellery organised by the Maison. This is the only piece from the exhibition that has been recovered to date. At its High Jewellery workshops, Cartier's craftsmen re-strung the rows of pearls and reconstructed the attachment system for one of the pendant's charms.

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RESTORATION OF SIX WATCH MOVEMENTS FROM THE PALACE MUSEUM, BEIJING

In 2014, following a series of exchanges and visits between watchmakers from the Palace Museum and the Cartier Manufacture, six movements from timepieces in the Palace Museum's collection were selected for restoration by experts from the museum and the Manufacture. After three years of preparation, the six movements were transported to the Cartier Manufacture, where they were restored. They were returned to the Palace Museum in perfect working condition in June 2017. This ambitious, unique collaboration is today cited as a benchmark in the field of cultural heritage preservation.

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