Cartier

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    The French luxury house produces elegant ophthalmic creations from 18-karat gold and platinum, as well as exotic woods, like African bubinga, and organically farmed buffalo horn. The company modifies and produces a new collection every 18 months, and every frame is designed to complement the brand’s jewelry and watch collections.

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