Vintage Cartier Croissant Ring 18k Gold Diamond

$3,850.00


Cartier
Late 20th Century
18k Gold
Round Brilliant Cut Diamonds
7.1 grams
5
Cartier, Paris, 750, 227386

A vintage Cartier croissant ring made of 18k gold features diamond.
The ring has a classic ribbed design called “gordo ring” with a bombe element encrusted with diamonds. The gems are staged in five lines, which makes the ring sparkle. Polished gold ribs create a great texture.
This Cartier diamond ring is an essential piece that can turn any outfit into a polished and refined one.

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    About Cartier Brand

    Since 1847, Cartier has been synonymous with timeless excellence. The brand’s journey began when Louis-François Cartier took over his master Adolphe Picard’s workshop in Paris. Initially focusing on high-quality jewelry and watches, Cartier’s commitment to excellence and great attention to detail quickly garnered a prestigious reputation among Paris’s elite.

    In 1902, King Edward VII of England set even higher standards for Cartier by commissioning 27 tiaras for his coronation and officially appointing Cartier as the crown’s jeweler. This led to Cartier being celebrated as the “king of jewelers and jeweler of kings,” a legacy that the brand upholds to this day.
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