Clash de Cartier cultivates contrasts. The collection’s latest pieces intensify the clash of two opposing attitudes by amplifying the effect of the Maison’s great codes: precious beads and ultra-contemporary rose gold studs form a generously proportioned ring, earring, bracelet and necklace. The extravagant Clash de Cartier stud effortlessly attracts attention.
Clash de Cartier combines rose gold with onyx and white gold with Tahitian pearls. Two dark shades, two aesthetics, two bold choices.
Tahitian pearls take centre stage on limited-edition rings, earrings and bracelets. XXL volumes in linear rows of grey, green and plum shades, achieve total harmony with the white gold frames and lateral onyx studs.
Smooth black onyx beads, round and mobile, are placed on the reverse side of the jewellery pieces. These ample forms punctuate the interior of rose gold rings, bracelets, pendants and hoop earrings. Everything is in the sensation: as onyx beads come into contact with the skin.
The onyx hoop earrings and Tahitian pearl earring cuff can be positioned on the lobe. A clash of attitudes — it’s flexible jewellery that can be worn in a multitude of ways.
As a leading globally conscious brand, Cartier is committed to sustainably and responsibly sourcing its materials: a commitment that is illustrated by the sourcing of recycled gold to reduce its environmental impact.
When it comes to mining, Cartier only works with artisanal and small-scale mines certified by the Responsible Jewellery Council. This organisation sets the standards in terms of responsible practices, use of chemicals and respect for human rights.
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* This article was paid for by Cartier.