Iconic jewellery and watch brand, Cartier shows off their latest at Paris Couture Week. This high jewellery combo is the third chapter of Cartier’s Beautés du Monde collection. Like their previous collections, it is clear to see this instalment is as elegant as the rest.
The Ocelle Necklace
This peacock plumage inspired necklace showcases the outstanding crafting abilities of Cartier. Fitted with custom-cut opals weighing at 16.59 and 6.19 carat respectively, alongside a 21.18 carat Zambian emerald. The upper opal is detachable and can be worn as a brooch.
The Splendens Necklace
This incredible bib-style necklace weighing in at 27.79 carats is inspired by fish fins in the water. A cascade of spinel beads alongside studded square and lozenge shaped diamonds. Each bead is covered with an invisible cap that plays with the light like a fish’s scale, adding a unique aspect to this piece.
The Camail Necklace
Another plumage inspired piece in this collection is the Camail necklace. Clad with five pear-shaped Zambian emeralds, each stone is accompanied by square diamonds and trimmed with custom-cut onyx. The design of crescent style and geometric shapes is true to Cartier’s art-deco roots.
The Obi Necklace
Another piece containing Zambian emeralds is the Obi necklace which is inspired by Japanese fabrics with the design paying homage to Japanese culture. Like the Ocelle necklace in this collection, the Obi is also transformable, meaning the 12.53 carat pendant can be worn as a brooch.