Cartier

    Established in 1847, the legendary French jeweler draws upon its rich, storied past for inspiration today. Credited as the most influential jewelers of the Art Deco period, the Cartier brothers traveled the world infusing their jewelry with exotic, opulent, and colorful references that changed the image of fine jewelry. Today’s collections reinvent its famous panther motif and the colorful tutti-frutti designs, among others. Signature Style: Cartier is a universal status symbol with its iconic designs such as the sleek panther, the Love, and Trinity collections.

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