Cac­tus de Cartier is a he­do­nis­tic ex­pres­sion of beauty found in the ex­pan­sive, arid desert

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The lat­est in the world of jew­ellery

The 1960s were a pe­riod of deca­dence and bold colours, of free spir­its and in­di­vid­u­al­ism. These are the el­e­ments that have been in­jected into Cartier’s new­est col­lec­tion, the Cac­tus. Yet an­other blos­som to join the French mai­son’s mag­nif­i­cent jardin of fauna and flora, the Cac­tus de Cartier is a ra­di­ant ex­pres­sion of this sun-drenched plant, its thorns repli­cated by a geo­met­ric pat­tern of gold or beads of emer­alds, cor­nalines or other stones.

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