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Cartier Jewelry

years Cartier – Cartier, the French company is without question one of the most spectacular and prestigious luxury jewelers in the world.
Cartier stands for tradition, luxury and quality, and also for its classic timeless design and its well-considered decisions. So if Cartier brings out a new luxury line, then we can be sure that this is precisely thought out.

In 1847 Louis-Francois Cartier took over the jewelry studio of his master, Adolphe Picard in the Rue Montorgueil No. 29 in Paris, which laid the foundation for the Cartier jewelry empire.
To keep the family tradition alive, Louis-Francois Cartier continued his craft to his son, Louis-Francois Cartier, Alfred in 1874 and gave him the jewelry line. Alfred appoints first turn, shortly after his eldest son with partner, years later, and all three sons.
The quality and skill of Cartier’s jewelry was his instantly popularity. It did not take two generations to Cartier who received great reputation worldwide. This was the future king of England, the Prince of Wales again underlined by Cartier to “Jeweler of Kings, King of Jewelers” said.

In 1997, Cartier celebrated its 150th anniversary. Because this anniversary was extra at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and the British Museum in London, the retrospective “Cartier 1900 -1939” was issued.
1998 is the oldest and most famous, or even all Cartier’s first wristwatch, the “Santos”, proven by a new version with Chrono Reflex factory honor. This model was originally created in 1904 by Cartier for his friend to the aviation pioneer Alberto Santos-Dumont and in 1978 it was ultimately designed.
Also in 1998, he created an exceptional Cartier watch collection, the “Collection Privee Cartier Paris.” Cartier is committed to still maintain the myth of Cartier, created by an extensive archive and thus gradually buy back its historic gems.

Last year, Cartier brought his most famous classic luxury, the ring-Trinit (Trinity-ring) to new life. The advertising campaign is to attract young people to explore the sensual nature of the symbolic power of the ring again. Cartier is responding to the loss of image the ring by the numerous imitations of this happened on the black market.
Originally the ring was designed by Louis Cartier in 1924 for his friend, the writer Jean Cocteau.

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