Cartier S.A. is a French jeweler and watch manufacturer. Cartier was founded in Paris in 1847 by Louis-François Cartier when he took over the workshop of his…
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GEM SET RING, CARTIER, CIRCA 1950 Designed as three slightly articulated textured spheres, respectively set with cabochon turquoise, sapphire and amethyst, size J, signed Cartier.
CARTIER RING turtle-shaped cabochon formed hematite in a golden cage mount. The body is formed of coiled serpents carved gold. Two emeralds for eyes. Signed and numbered.
Cartier Royal Collection: platinum, cabochon-cut sapphires (2.29 carats and 2.31 carats) from Ceylon, carved chalcedony, sapphires, brilliant-cut diamonds.
A turquoise, amethyst and diamond brooch, by Cartier, circa 1960 The stylised fruiting vine with circular-cut amethyst and brilliant-cut diamond leaves and stem and cabochon turquoise grapes, diamonds approximately 0.70 carat total, signed Cartier Paris, numbered, French maker's mark, French assay marks,
The jewelry of Downton Abbey: A tiara made by Andrew Prince for the Earl of Grantham’s sister. This piece is a copy of an actual Cartier tiara that was worn by a titled English woman.
Christie's London reports the sale of a magnificent 9.20 carat Burmese ruby ring set in platinum with pear shaped diamond shoulders c.1910, Part of the Portland Collection, this ring belonged to Winifred the Duchess of Portland. She was renowned for her many outstanding jewels and wore lots of them together, a signature which was captured in her full length portrait painted by famed artist John Singer Sargent. This ring was created by royal jewellers Garrard & Co., of London...
PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF MRS PAUL 'BUNNY' MELLON: An 18 Karat Gold, Diamond, Colored Diamond and Colored Stone Ring, Cartier, the fantastical cluster set with round diamonds ~ 1.75 carats, accented by two diamonds of yellow hue ~ .60 carat, further set with a pink diamond ~ .25 carat, completed by numerous colored stones.
Set of Three Clip Brooches worn by Princess Grace of Monaco. Cartier Paris, 1955. Platinum, brilliant- and baguette-cut diamonds, three cabochon rubies weighing approximately 49 carats. Palais Princier de Monaco...
An impressive diamond necklace, by Cartier, circa 1955 The lattice bib of brilliant and square-cut diamonds, suspending a graduating fringe of pear-shaped diamond drops, each within an openwork brilliant-cut diamond lozenge, diamonds approximately 100.00 carats total, signed Cartier Paris, numbers partially indistinct, maker's marks, French assay marks, length 36.0cm.
Cartier Aldo Cipullo Rock Crystal and Sapphire Ear Clips in 18K Yellow Gold
Cartier Royal headband/bracelets, 18K white gold, one 45.83 carat cabochon-cut sapphire from Ceylon, sapphires, rock crystal, diamonds. The headband can be worn as a bracelet
Pair of early 20th century diamond cluster drop earrings by Cartier, Paris c.1910, workshop maker's mark for G. Andrey, set with round brilliant cut diamonds, the lozenge cluster tops suspending three rose cut diamond bars, the central bar hung with a principal stone, the side bars hung with triple clusters, millegrain set.
[With Velvet] Early 20th century openwork diamond quatrefoil panel for velvet choker necklace by Cartier, Paris c.1910, makers mark for Georges Harnichard, converting to a brooch, the panel centred by a lozenge with brilliant cut diamond, an outer lozenge frame emanating four scrolling stems with harebell terminals, all within a lobed oblong outer frame, millegrain set with round brilliant cut diamonds, detachable fittings for brooch and choker ribbon panel, tool and fitted Cartier case
Early 20th century openwork diamond quatrefoil panel for velvet choker necklace by Cartier, Paris c.1910, makers mark for Georges Harnichard, converting to a brooch, the panel centred by a lozenge with brilliant cut diamond, an outer lozenge frame emanating four scrolling stems with harebell terminals, all within a lobed oblong outer frame, millegrain set with round brilliant cut diamonds, detachable fittings for brooch and choker ribbon panel, tool and fitted Cartier case