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Cartier

The firm was founded in 1847 in Paris by Louis-François Cartier. Its innovative coloured gem jewellery and beautiful “objets d’art” not only attracted Napoleon III’s attention but also generated a strong reputation throughout Europe, Russia, India and South America. The company rapidly became very popular among the crowned heads of Europe.

In the early 20th century, Cartier added timepieces to its collection, creating the wristwatch for both ladies and gentlemen and turning it into a symbol of fashion and taste for the upper class. Wearing a Cartier was a statement.

His three grandsons Louis, Pierre and Jacques were responsible for growing Cartier into a worldwide company and brand. The firm is now part of the Richemont Group.
   
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