Love is the expression of Cartier’s design vision. This oval bracelet features clean lines and must be secured using a special screwdriver (supplied).
Conceived by Louis Cartier in 1924, the Trinity ring is one of the Maison’s signature pieces of jewellery. The three interlaced and mobile bands, open for interpretation by the wearer, are the timeless inspiration behind an iconic collection, a symbol of style and elegance.
Jewellery inspired by nails. The first nail bracelet was created in New York during the care-free, fun-loving 1970s. Juste un Clou, an outrageous appropriation of the nail as jewellery, has always been avant-garde, audacious and thoroughly modern. For men and women alike, this collection of jewellery magnifies the precious qualities of everyday objects in a sublime take on the ordinary.
Écrou de Cartier is a commonplace item transformed into a stylish and audacious work of art. The ordinary becomes precious and a simple nut becomes jewellery in this unique bracelet with a powerful, assertive aesthetic.
Clash de Cartier, jewellery that simultaneously champions and eschews classic forms, that balances clean design with an excess of energy and a serious spirit with original charm. Clash de Cartier shakes up the Maison’s aesthetic heritage of studs, beads and clous carrés. Together, they form a singular, ribbed mesh which becomes Cartier’s new jewellery signature as imagined by the design studios.
This is the Cartier panther, the feline incarnation of a free, elegant and sensual femininity. Yellow gold and diamonds, a graphic form, geometric black lacquer spots, taut lines and gem-set curves. The extremely realistic effect reveals stylistic purity from the nose to the tips of the ears. A creation that encapsulates the spirit of the Maison, as well as the power of a founding inspiration.
Love is the expression of Cartier’s design vision. This oval bracelet created by Aldo Cipullo in New York during the 1970s, features clean lines and is composed of two rigid and flat circular arcs that must be screwed together using a special screwdriver.
Through this bracelet, with its clean lines and essential design, Cartier cultivates jewellery simplicity. Embodied by a bangle made of curved gold, stemming from the head of a sculptural panther with emerald or Tsavorite garnet eyes.
A bracelet that hugs the wrist like a second skin, in the image of the emblematic Panthère de Cartier.
With Juste un Clou, Cartier enhances the design of a basic shape by transforming a simple nail into a piece of jewellery. Clean lines, radical and uncompromising, the precision of this bracelet’s proportions, created by Aldo Cipullo in New York during the 1970s, allows the oval to hug the wrist.
By day or night, Cartier diamonds connect one's desire for style, allure and freedom.