Cartier Juste Un Clou Bracelet
Metal : 18ct Rose Gold
Weight : 34.10 g
Size : 18
Accessories : Box, Certificate, Cartier Carrier Bag, Booklet and Original Receipt from Cartier (Dated August 2018)
All weights and measurements in the above descriptions are approximations only.
All jewellery is professionally cleaned and polished, and rings resized if needed.
All items are supplied with generic boxes and packaging when the originals are not available.
Rings can be resized at the special rate of £20 for up to two sizes. Any item that has been altered cannot be accepted for returns. For further enquiries please contact us.
Cartier was founded in Paris, France, in 1847 by Louis-François Cartier, the company remained under family control until 1964. The company maintains its headquarters in Paris, although it is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Compagnie Financière Richemont SA in Switzerland. Cartier has always been a traveler seeking the most extraordinary stones. Known for the use of platinum in jewelry creations, Cartier became a reference in jewelry to the point that nowadays, la Maison Cartier is the first jewelry producer in the world. La Maison des Metiers d’art aims to carry on tradition and modernity by preserving, sharing and innovating traditional savoir-faire and craftsmanship.
Cartier is regarded as one of the most prestigious jewellery manufacturers in the world. Cartier has a long history of sales to royalty. King Edward VII of Great Britain referred to Cartier as “the jeweller of kings and the king of jewellers.” For his coronation in 1902, Edward VII ordered 27 tiaras and issued a royal warrant to Cartier in 1904.Similar warrants soon followed from the courts of Spain, Portugal, Serbia, Russia and the House of Orléans.
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The Juste un Clou collection was designed in 1971 New York by Aldo Cipullo, an illustrious jewellery designer from Naples, Italy. Cipullo moved to the United States in 1959 and quickly began making a name for himself in the field of fine jewellery. After working for brands like Tiffany & Co. and David Webb, he made the move to Cartier where his career really took off, making him one of the most distinguished jewellery designers of his time, and a huge influence on Cartier’s future direction.