Cartier: The Impossible Collection Coffee Table Display Book

Model: TI4026

One of the world’s premier luxury jewellers since the nineteenth century, Cartier evokes a world of artistry and beauty, a legacy of unequaled prestige. By 1909, Cartier was the first international jeweller of its time, with boutiques in Paris, London and New York, and warrants as official supplier too many royal courts. Cartier established a unique network founded on exceptional knowledge of the precious gemstone market and developed a revolutionary style that has proven timeless, a refined language capturing each era’s ephemeral nature, from sober restraint to enthusiastic opulence.

Hervé Dewintre is a renowned journalist specializing in the luxury sector. He served for ten years as editor in chief of watches and jewelry at the French edition of the fashion magazine L’Officiel before working as a freelance collaborator with leading national publications such as Le Point, for which he writes a weekly column, Le Figaro and its supplement, F, l’art de vivre. Since the beginning of his career, he has also been a regular consultant with major jewelry houses on Place Vendôme.

  • 224 pages
  • 195 illustrations
  • English language

Width 40.5 cm
Length 48 cm
7.6 cm

Despatch of this item is approximately 7 to 10 days from the date of ordering.

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