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The Height of Elegance

Cartier's mix of daring, bold, modern, yet classical designs redefine sophistication

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A byword for refined beauty in the world of high-end jewellery and watches, as these seven works demonstrate, Cartier remains very much at the forefront of stylish innovation.


1 – Juste un Clou bracelet, small model, 18K yellow gold. A nail becomes jewellery. Designed in 1970s New York, the first Juste un Clou bracelet reflected a wild, freewheeling era. Bold, modern, and innovative, Juste un Clou is a creative twist on a familiar object. This jewellery collection transcends the everyday, making the ordinary exquisite, for him and for her. See this model at

2 – Ecrou de Cartier bracelet, 18K pink gold. A transformation of the ordinary to the extraordinary: the new Écrou de Cartier collection. A bold new design, Écrou de Cartier embodies daring and limitless style. Forceful and exquisite at the same time, it makes a striking statement of sophistication. See this model at

3 – LOVE bracelet, 18K pink gold, set with 204 brilliant-cut diamonds totalling 2 carats. A child of 1970s New York, the LOVE collection remains today an iconic symbol of love that transgresses convention. The screw motifs, ideal oval shape and undeniable elegance establish the piece as a timeless tribute to passionate romance. See this model at

4 – Amulette de Cartier necklace, medium model, 18K pink gold, set with 39 brilliant-cut diamonds totalling 0.58 carats. Diameter of motif: 25 mm. Chain: 59 cm. See this model at

5 – Baignoire watch, small model, quartz movement. 18K pink gold case set with 40 brilliant-cut diamonds and 12-sided crown set with a brilliant-cut diamond, totalling 0.99 carats. Dial with silvered sunray effect. Blued-steel sword-shaped hands. Sapphire crystal. 18K pink gold bracelet, wrist size 165 mm. Length: 31.6 mm, width: 24.5 mm, thickness: 8.21 mm. Water-resistant to 30 meters/100 feet. See this model at


6 – Ballon Bleu de Cartier pink gold watch, 28 mm, quartz movement. 18K pink gold case set with 30 brilliant-cut diamonds totalling 0.97 carats, fluted crown set with a sapphire cabochon, lacquered silvered opaline dial, blued-steel sword-shaped hands, sapphire crystal, 18K pink gold bracelet, wrist size 165 mm. Case thickness: 9.35 mm. Water-resistant to 3 bar (approx. 30 meters/100 feet). See this model at

7 – Drive de Cartier Moon Phases watch, Manufacture mechanical movement with automatic winding, caliber 1904-LU MC. Case in 18K pink gold, length: 40 mm, width: 41 mm, thickness: 12.15 mm, octagonal crown in 18K pink gold set with a faceted sapphire. Silvered flinqué dial, Roman numerals, blued-steel sword-shaped hands. Sapphire crystal. Strap in semi-matte brown alligator skin, 18 mm double adjustable folding buckle in 18K pink gold. Moon phases at 6 o'clock, sapphire case back. Water-resistant to 3 bar (approx. 30 meters). See this model at

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