Cartier Draperie De Decollete 18k Gold Bracelet


18k Gold
28.7 grams
7" length 1/2" width
Cartier, 750, Makers Mark, Serial # 01-L60412

This vintage Cartier bracelet from the Draperie De Decollete collection is crafted from 18k gold. Measuring 7 inches in length and 1/2 inch in width, it dates back to the 1990s and weighs 28.7 grams. The design features six beaded strands and two loop and button closures, offering both elegance and security. The bracelet is signed Cartier, with the serial number 01-L60412, a 750 gold marking, and a maker’s mark. This piece exemplifies Cartier’s renowned craftsmanship and timeless design, making it a valuable addition to any jewelry collection.

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    Cartier, a name synonymous with luxury and elegance, has a storied history dating back to 1847. The company was founded by Louis-François Cartier in Paris, France, when he took over the workshop of his master, Adolphe Picard. Under Louis-François’s guidance, Cartier quickly established a reputation for fine craftsmanship and quality.

    The business expanded significantly under the leadership of Louis-François’s son, Alfred Cartier, and it was his three grandsons—Louis, Pierre, and Jacques—who transformed Cartier into a global luxury brand. Louis managed the Paris branch, Pierre took charge of the New York operations, and Jacques oversaw the London establishment. Their strategic expansion solidified Cartier’s presence in major cities worldwide.

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    Cartier’s connection to royalty further elevated its status. King Edward VII of England referred to Cartier as “the jeweler of kings and the king of jewelers” and granted the firm a royal warrant in 1902. This royal endorsement was soon followed by commissions from other royal families across Europe, establishing Cartier as the go-to jeweler for the elite.

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