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Monochrome partitions are set off by an incredibly rich palette. Pink, red, grey, blue, green... For over a century and a half, Cartier has enriched diamonds in every colour of the rainbow. Its designs emphasise subtle nuances, enhance the intensity of reflection and play with contrasts in light.
AN ARRAY OF CUTS
Purity, clarity, sparkle: beyond its rigorous selection criteria, Cartier stands out for its choice of uniquely shaped and cut diamonds. Troïdia, shield, kite... Oftentimes ancestral and rare in High Jewellery, these stones are imbued with a mysterious aura. Jewellers like to blend them with other more classic cuts – pear, cushion, square... – to achieve the most lustrous effect.
THE BAGUETTE CUT
Synonymous with Cartier style, the baguette cut describes a slender rectangular shaped diamond with a flat top. It was introduced at Cartier around 1910 and became particularly popular during the Art Deco period. Its geometric and rhythmic appearance align with the jeweller’s taste for sleek lines.