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Cartier Antique Saint Anthony Pendant
Cartier, 1910s

Pendant in 18K (750) gold and platinum revealing a statuette of Saint Anthony of Padua, the hoop set with rose-cut diamonds, the clasp set with cross-shaped sapphires. The statuette signed J. Dampt. French work, early 20th century- For Cartier.

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Brand: Cartier

Metal: 18K Yellow Gold, Platinum

Stone Details: Rose Cut Diamonds and sapphires

Length: 40 mm

Weight: 19 g

Circa: 1910s
Reference: BVJ643 View full details
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Cartier

Cartier is a French luxury goods conglomerate which designs, manufactures, distributes, and sells jewellery and watches. Founded by Louis-François Cartier in Paris in 1847, the company remained under family control until 1964. The company maintains its headquarters in Paris, although it is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Swiss Richemont Group. Cartier operates more than 200 stores in 125 countries, with three Temples (Historical Maisons) in London, New York, and Paris.

Cartier is regarded as one of the most prestigious jewellery manufacturers in the world. The company has a long history of sales to royalty. King Edward VII of Great Britain referred to Cartier as 'the jeweler of kings and the king of jewelers.' For his coronation in 1902, Edward VII ordered 27 tiaras and issued a royal warrant to Cartier in 1904. Similar warrants soon followed from the courts of Spain, Portugal, Russia and the House of Orléans.