Antique Cartier Jewellery

Founded in 1847 by Louis-François Cartier when he took over the workshop of his master, Adolphe Picard. Synonymous with the Panther, the Cartier brand has been the choice of kings, queens, celebrities and tycoons for decades.
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Founded in 1847 by Louis-François Cartier when he took over the workshop of his master, Adolphe Picard. Synonymous with the Panther, the Cartier brand has been the choice of kings, queens, celebrities and tycoons for decades.
£ 15,840

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Cartier Yellow Gold, Sapphire, Emerald, Ruby and Diamond Five Row Earrings

£ 87,450

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Cartier Paris Yellow Gold and Diamond Bombe Ring
3.50ct Old Cut Diamond

£ 22,000

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Cartier Fancy Link Double Necklace in 18ct Yellow Gold

£ 2,800

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Contemporary Cartier Juste Un Clou Diamond Pendant
0.12ct in White Gold

£ 2,950

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Cartier Sapphire Cufflinks
0.96CT in Yellow Gold

£ 12,500

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Retro Cartier Emerald and Sapphire Brooch
4.38CT in Yellow Gold

£ 3,300

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Contemporary Cartier Ruby & Diamond Ring
in Yellow Gold

£ 31,860

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Present Day Cartier Trinity Ring
2.67CT in White, Yellow & Rose Gold

£ 11,340

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1980s Cartier Diamond Ring
2.28CT in Yellow Gold

£ 8,530

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Contemporary Cartier Trinity Ring
1.80CT in Yellow Gold

£ 18,900

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Contemporary Cartier Diamond Ring
6.00CT in Yellow Gold

£ POA

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Cartier Art Deco Diamond Set Bracelet 8.70ct in Platinum

£ 17,850

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1960s Cartier Chain Bracelet
in Yellow Gold

£ 16,040

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Cartier Ruby Teardrop Ear Studs
6.90CT in White Gold

About Cartier Antique Jewellery

Founded in Paris in 1847, the rich and illustrious history of the House of Cartier has defined the jewellery world for nearly two hundred years. Still regarded as a byword for luxury, the House was famously referred to as “the jeweller of kings and the king of jewellers” by King Edward VII in the early 20th-century. Forever associated with royalty and Hollywood glamour, Cartier bracelets, rings, necklaces and earrings are regarded as the perfect way to mark important life events. The late actress, Dame Elizabeth Taylor (1932-2011), was a huge fan of the House, and wore the 68 carat pear shaped Taylor-Burton diamond with pride as both a ring and necklace:

“I’ve never thought of jewellery as trophies. I’m here to take care of it and to love it. For we are only temporary custodians of beauty.”

The famous red leather Cartier box is an assurance of exceptional design and superb craftsmanship, with pieces bearing the famous Cartier signature often being lauded as exemplars of important styles and periods, ranging from the lauded ‘garland-style’ through to the bold Art Deco and Retro. Pragnell are proud to offer an eye-catching selection of antique, vintage and pre-owned Cartier jewellery that incorporates carefully curated pieces, including the Love and Juste Un Clou designs; ranging from the Art Deco period to the 1990s.

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