Cartier High Jewelry Platinum and Diamond Parrot Cockatoo Ring
Designed as a pavé-set brilliant-cut diamond parrot with circular-cut emerald eyes and onyx beak, mounted in platinum.
Gemstones: emeralds, only
Price: Please contact us for factory direct selling price.
Since 2016, LeixJewels.com has been known as the best custom jewelry manufacturer in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China. As a well-known jewelry manufacturer, our skilled craftsmanship and designers are able to produce customized jewelry that is exactly the same as the original jewelry. We bought authentic luxury jewelry from the flagship store to filter shapes and collect detailed data, and then make molds, so they are true mirror copies of 1:1 leve Cartier High Jewelry Platinum and Diamond Parrot Cockatoo Ring. On the other hand, you are welcome to become our wholesaler, and we look forward to long-term cooperation with you and provide ex-factory prices. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
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ABOUT CARTIER HISTORY
Known as the King of Jewellers and the Jeweller of Kings, Cartier has a long and rich history, starting in 1847 when the goldsmith Louis-François Cartier took over a Paris workshop and founded the Maison Cartier. Before long, Cartier’s jewels had attracted High Society, including Princess Mathilde, cousin of Napoleon 111. In 1874, Louis-François’s son Alfred was joined in the business by his son, Louis Cartier who was to play a crucial, creative role in the evolution of the celebrated Cartier style and watchmaking supremacy, as well as in the company’s success and international renown. Louis, who opened the famous rue de la Paix boutique, was later joined by his brothers, Pierre, who was to take charge of the New York branch, and Jacques, who took over management of Cartier London. The brothers, and especially Jacques, travelled extensively, to India and the Persian Gulf, buying gems and pearls and bringing back the stylistic influences that helped shape Cartier design language through the 20th century. Through the turn-of-the-century, Cartier developed the refined, diamond and platinum Garland Style, inspired by French 18th century decorative arts, that came to define Belle Epoque jewellery, and then nurtured a new, geometric, modernist style from as early as 1910. Cartier jewellery of the 1920s and 30s, so highly prized by collectors, was rich in stylistic, cultural influences, opulently exotic or powerfully abstract. It was in 1933 that Louis Cartier appointed Jeanne Toussaint as directrice of High Jewellery, resulting in the creation of the famous Big Cats and Cartier’s whimsical bestiary of animal jewels, worn by the great fashion leaders of the mid-century. In the late 60s and 70s, Cartier New York led the way into a new age of modernism in jewellery (see Aldo Cipullo), while Cartier Paris also captured the mood of the moment though designs that were both rich yet informal and youth-fuelled, and that sometimes, as shown in the set in New Modernism, revisited Art Deco and the original modernist jewellery movement in which Cartier played an important part. Today, Cartier once again champions its iconic historic yet timelessly contemporary designs while celebrating and renewing its great heritage through High Jewellery collections of magnificence and modernity.