Jewellery transformers have long been the hallmark of the French House. The new collection has continued the tradition of diamond tiara, necklace with colored pearls. Her heart - shestikaratny diamond, and the soul - pear-shaped pearl with royal provenance. They are along the lines of the Fibonacci diverges intricate arrangement of elements with pavé.
With this pearl weighing 166 grains can compete, perhaps, only the famous "Peregrine". Her first was the owner of Princess Princess Augusta of Hesse-Kassel, the grandmother of the English Queen Mary, wife of George V, - and then it was part of the family brooches.
For a truly royal stone - a pear-shaped diamond weighing 30 carats - Cartier masters find luxurious, yet surprisingly practical solution. He also is the center diamond necklace Riviera, but can also be moved to the ring in the Art Deco style. Together they form a small Parure.
Collier plastron-Reine Makéda - «Queen Makeda" - has become a new palace for a 15-carat ruby, set in a complex composition of diamonds, from which diverge 13 ruby and diamond filaments. Name jewelry is a direct reference to the Queen of Sheba, who, according to legend, was a beautiful ruby as a gift from King Solomon.
Cartier jewelry house has no equal when it comes to decorations in the Art Deco style. Emerald necklace Viracocha, was named in honor of the deity Viracocha Inca, whose head is adorned with emeralds column - the perfect proof. Monarch of the jewels - Colombian emerald in the center suspension weighing 26 carats 6.
And finally, two amazing beauty of the ring, which became worthy setting for an 8-carat Burmese ruby and Kashmir sapphire weighing 29 carats. Ruby master Cartier chose a cocktail style, Sapphire became the heart of another decoration in the style of the late Art Deco.
Source and photo: Vogue