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Cartier: The Power of Style by Eva Eisler
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Cartier: The Power of Style

by Eva Eisler

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ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES: JEWELLERY. This is a fascinating journey through 160 years of Cartier creations including over 350 jewels, timepieces, and luxury objects. Regularly displayed in major exhibitions at the most prestigious and internationally renowned museums, the "Cartier Collection" reflects the evolution of Cartiers artistic and stylistic creation. This handsome catalog accompanies the exhibition Cartier at Prague Castle: The Power of Style in the Riding Hall from July 9 to October 17, 2010. The exhibition features over 350 exceptional and historical jewels, timepieces, and luxury objects and offers insight into the royal jewelers treasures and the sources of inspiration that lead to the creation of the works of art. The exhibition traces 160 years in the glorious history of the Maison Cartier.… (more)

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