Learn about Cartier

French silversmith and jeweller Louis-Francois Cartier established a modest workshop in Paris in 1847. He had the good fortune to come to the notice of Princess Mathilde Bonaparte who gave him many valuable commissions, which enabled him to expand his business. Under the management of his grandsons, Pierre and Jacques, the firm moved to its present location on the Rue de la Paix in 1889. Cartier's enjoyed the patronage of most of the royalty and nobility of Europe in the years before the First World War, opening branches in London, New York, Cannes and Monte Carlo. In 1972 the business was purchased by a group of investors and the New York and London branches which had been sold off, were repurchased. The company was renamed "Les Must de Cartier" in 1981 and then "Vendome Luxury Group" combining it with other luxury brands including Cartier, Alfred Dunhill, Montblanc, Piaget, Baume & Mercier, Karl Lagerfeld. Cartier is now part of luxury goods company Compagnie Financière Richemont SA, based in Switzerland, but founded by South African businessman Johan Rupert.
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Cartier, pair of silver cufflinks, elongated C shape, signed 'Cartier France 925', weight approximately 16.6 grams

Pair of 18ct white gold and hawk's eye quartz cufflinks, Cartier, each square-shaped plaque framed by a polished gold surround to a tipover, approximately 16.50 x 15mm, signed Cartier, numbered ND07706. Accompanied by a Cartier box.

Pair of 18ct white gold, wood and diamond cufflinks, Cartier, each rectangular wooden plaque embellished with a brilliant-cut diamond framed by a polished gold surround to a tipover, approximately 15.50 x 11.20mm, signed Cartier, numbered NC7286. Accompani

Pair of gold and stainless steel 'Santos' cufflinks, Cartier, each designed as a rectangular stainless steel plaque with applied 18ct gold frame highlighted with screwhead motifs to a barbell terminal, approximately 12 x 13mm, signed Cartier, numbered B566

A pair of gold cufflinks by Cartier, of brick link design in 18ct gold, reference number 748872

A pair of sapphire cufflinks by Cartier, each cufflink designed as a horses bit, with cabochon cut sapphire detail, in 18ct gold, serial number 8907, French hallmarks.

Pair of 18ct gold and steel cufflinks, Cartier, each designed as a brick link horseshoe completed by a polished baton tip-over, approximately 17 x 13mm, signed Cartier, numbered 796967

Pair of gold and enamel cufflinks 14ct yellow gold, each panel decorated with bronze enamel geometric design, one stamped '18K Cartier', together with pair of 18ct yellow gold cufflinks of square form with brushed and polished contrast, stamped '750' (4)

Pair of 18ct gold and sapphire cufflinks, Cartier, each designed as a baton with cabochon sapphire terminals completed by twin open work polished circular tip-overs, signed Cartier, London.

Pair of gold cufflinks, Cartier, of fluted tri-colour gold design, mounted in 18ct gold, signed Cartier, 1989, numbered E92918, approximately 17 x 23mm.

Pair of onyx cufflinks, Cartier, the tri-colour 18ct gold cufflinks with interchangeable onyx ends, signed Cartier, numbered H82005, approximately 22 x 10mm. Accompanied by a Cartier box.

Pair of gold and stainless steel bar bell cufflinks, Cartier, each designed as a rectangular stainless steel plaque with applied 18ct gold frame highlighted by screwhead motifs, terminating in a stainless steel ball, signed Cartier, numbered E61354, approx

Pair of gold cufflinks, Cartier, each 18ct gold link modelled as a hinged double row curb link plaque, signed Cartier, numbered 012013, approximately 17 x 10mm. Accompanied by a Cartier box.

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