Cartier, a unique heritage
ARTISTIC AND CULTURAL RECOGNITION
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD
Since 1989, more than thirty-five monographic exhibitions have been dedicated to Cartier by the world's largest museums. The Maison also regularly accepts requests from prestigious institutions by lending historical pieces and archived documents for themed exhibitions. All these events reflect the artistic and cultural recognition of Cartier creations.
CARTIER TRADITION, A LIVING HERITAGE
Cartier creations have been passed down from generation to generation. Aware of their appeal through time, Cartier Tradition sells antique pieces to collectors of jewellery, watches and precious objects. With the help of the archives, each creation is first selected then authenticated by the Maison’s experts. It is then meticulously restored by specialised craftsmen.
BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCE MATERIALS AND WORKS
Cartier regularly features in exhibition catalogues, monographs and even in books dedicated to the decorative arts that demonstrate the cultural and artistic influence of the Maison. Among this extensive bibliography, each year a work is dedicated to a new High Jewellery collection, offering an exclusive insight on a contemporary creation.