Cartier Trinity Bracelet Diamond 18k Gold Estate Jewelry


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18 karat Yellow Gold
Diamond round brilliant cut F-G / VS1, 5.0 carats total
53.9 grams
7 ¾” x 1/8” (19.7 x 0.4 cm); fits up to 6” wrist
Cartier workshop mark and maker's mark (worn out), French hallmarks for 18 karat gold


A Cartier Trinity bracelet made of 18k gold and round full cut diamonds.

The piece consists of three interlocked bangle bracelets. The diamonds are four-prong set and run throughout the length of the bracelets. The slender bracelets are graceful and elegant, with the diamond embellishments adding a touch of luxury without overwhelming the design. They are perfectly balanced and tasteful, as a vintage French piece should be.

The Trinity collection carries one of the most iconic looks in the world of fine jewelry. Its history dates to 1924 when the legendary French jewelry House first introduced this design. The concept behind the Trinity collection was originally developed by Louis Cartier, the grandson of Cartier’s founder, Louis-François Cartier. The original design consists of three bands, where each color of gold represents a different type of love: yellow gold symbolizes friendship, white gold represents loyalty, and rose gold embodies love. The three rings are connected to create a sense of unity.

For some Trinity pieces, such as these bracelets, only one color of gold was used, yet the three interlocking pieces still convey the same concept.


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    About Cartier Brand

    Since 1847, Timeless Excellence has been Cartier’s second name. The brand’s story begins when Louis-François Cartier took over the workshop of his master, Adolphe Picard, in Paris. Initially, Cartier focused on creating high-quality jewelry and watches. His dedication to excellence and attention to detail quickly earned him a reputation among the elite clientele of Paris.

    Even higher quality standards of the Cartier jewelry were set in 1902 by King George VII. That year Cartier made 27 tiaras for the coronation and was officially announced as the crown’s jewels seller. Since then, Cartier was proclaimed as “king of jewelry, the jeweler of kings.” The maker still lives up to this statement.

    The Cartier legacy endured through the generations, with each family member contributing to the brand’s global success. However, in 1964, the Cartier family decided to sell the business. The company changed hands several times but continued to maintain its commitment to quality and innovation. Today, Cartier is part of the Richemont Group, a leading luxury goods conglomerate.

    Compared to other famous luxury jewelry brands, such as Van Cleef & Arpels or Tiffany & Co. who are working with precious stones a lot, Cartier is strictly focusing on diamonds and pieces made of different hues of gold.

    Over the time Cartier created a great number of the truly iconic pieces. From a classic Cartier Love bracelet to the famous Cartier Panther collection and Cartier Trinity, without mentioning a wide variety of Cartier watches — you name it. But our hearts belong to the vintage Cartier jewelry. We appreciate the uniqueness and craftsmanship of our estate pieces. Each of them has a timeless character and tells the most fascinating stories.

    The exquisite quality of the Cartier pieces is unquestionable. The Maison continuously keeps creativity, innovative spirit and loyalty to traditions running on the highest level possible. Either you are purchasing a Cartier diamond ring or any other jewelry by Cartier, you are becoming an owner of a symbol of Timeless Excellence.


    About French Jewelry

    Vintage French jewelry is renowned for its exceptional craftsmanship and artistic excellence. French jewelers have a long history of mastering intricate techniques, such as filigree, enameling, and stone setting, resulting in pieces of top-notch quality and beauty.

    Timeless jewelry designs created in France transcend fashion trends. The use of classic motifs and harmonious proportions ensures that vintage French jewelry remains relevant across generations.

    In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, French jewelry was heavily influenced by the Art Nouveau movement. Between 1920s and 1930s, the Art Deco movement took over, influencing French jewelry with its geometric shapes, bold colors, and symmetrical designs.

    France is home to several prestigious jewelry houses that have made significant contributions to the world of vintage jewelry. Notable names include Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Boucheron, each with its unique style and heritage.

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