For the first time ever in Canberra, experience the largest exhibition of Cartier Collection masterpieces in the National Gallery of Australia.

Discover the boldest pieces from the dazzling exhibition showcasing the Cartier Collection.

Canberra Exhibition - María Félix

María Félix and her larger-than-life necklace

The magnificent Crocodile necklace, set with thousands of diamonds and emeralds, was commissioned by Mexican actress and singer Maria Felix. Each crocodile is fully articulated and may be worn as a brooch.

Canberra Exhibition - Daisy Fellowes

An exquisite necklace for the “world’s most elegant woman”

The rarest and most magnificent jadeite bead necklace was commissioned by Daisy Fellowes, known as “the world’s most elegant woman” during the 1920s and 1930s. Through her dazzling necklace, this Parisian socialite was able to demonstrate to her bold and free-spirited style.

Canberra Exhibition - Gloria Swanson

Gloria Swanson and her bracelet duo

This dazzling duo commissioned by American actress, Gloria Swanson, in the 1930s. Most known for appearing on her wrist in movies such as Perfect Understanding (1933) and Sunset Boulevard (1950), these pieces are also part of the High Jewelry History due to their flexible look.