CARTIER PRESENTS ITS LATEST BEAUTES DU MONDE HIGH JEWELLERY COLLECTION
From the perfect arrangement of a bird’s feathers to the abstraction of a traditional Japanese motif, Cartier never ceases to marvel at all the beauty in the world and convey it through its sumptuous and spirited High Jewellery creations.
THE OCELLE NECKLACE, inspired by the peacock’s plumage.
The Ocelle necklace from the Beautés du Monde collection pays tribute to the bird with two opals weighing 16.59 and 6.19 carats respectively, and a 21.18-carat Zambian emerald. In addition to the colours, the necklace incorporates the form of the eyespots that characterise the peacock’s plumage.
THE SPLENDENS NECKLACE, Faithfully replicating the undulating fins of a fighting fish.
A creative stroke of handiwork made with a cascade of spinel beads selected for their harmony of colours and increasing size. Each bead is held within a type of invisible cap by a tiny nail whose surface plays with the light like water would over the scales of a fish.
THE CAMAIL NECKLACE, Cartier can see both life and movement in nature’s perfection.
This creation renews and explores the chromatic harmony between white, green, and black that appeared around 1910 and has since become an emblematic combination of the Maison. The black of onyx, lacquer and enamel provides contrast, suggests volume and depth, and highlights geometric motif.
THE OBI NECKLACE, celebrates the beauty of tradition.
Drawing inspiration from Japanese fabrics decorated with the rising sun motif, the Obi necklace pays tribute to the culture of Japan, an inspiring land cherished by the Maison for more than a century.