The new collection of decorative items for the home by Cartier

The famous luxury house Cartier unveiled in early November its new collection of household objects bearing the brand’s effigy.


This is the fourth collection that the jeweler is unveiling this year, offering a wide range of everyday objects to give to family and friends or to oneself for the festive season.


Despite the current health context, Cartier was nevertheless keen to unveil this new holiday collection. And for the occasion, dozens of office objects, interior decoration, accessories, tableware, and Christmas decorations, both fun and practical, will be available on the brand’s website and upon delivery. The objective? To inspire a luxury clientele as to the future gifts to offer this year to their loved ones.


Various objects of different uses are available in this selection, such as tableware with the brand’s animal effigies, a plaid made of cashmere, a jewelry box with the precious visual codes, a vase, a solitaire game, office accessories and stationery, or Christmas ornaments featuring the iconic symbols of the jeweler, the double C and the panther.


The French luxury house was founded in 1847 and began in 1880 to create its own collections of everyday objects, such as lighters and powder kegs. Through these collections, the brand aims to inspire its customers to purchase these objects both to decorate their interiors and to offer them as luxury gifts, in particular thanks to their design details and their elegance deliberately similar to that of the jeweler’s jewelry.


“We don’t just make luxury jewelry. I will tell you, sir, that a jewelry store such as ours can just as easily decorate a woman’s shoulders with a dazzling necklace as it can fill her handbag with a powder case, a mirror, a cute comb and even business cards, and all with the same originality and artfulness.” says Louis Cartier, the founder of the Cartier’s House.




Featured Photo : © Cartier


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