Cartier GIA Certified 5.66 Carat Diamond Dangle Earrings-V45490

Emanating from the esteemed ateliers of Cartier, these magnificent platinum diamond dangle earrings are a testament to the brand's storied craftsmanship and unwavering dedication to excellence. Adorned with six GIA Certified diamonds of mixed cuts, totaling an impressive 5.66 carats, these earrings are distinguished by their peerless D-E color and VVS1-VS2 clarity. The composition includes two round brilliant cut diamonds, collectively weighing 1.06 carats, boasting an E color and VVS clarity, alongside two marquise cut diamonds totaling 1.58 carats with a pristine D color and VVS1-VS2 clarity. Completing the ensemble are two pear-shaped diamonds, weighing 3.02 carats in total, with an E color and VS2 clarity, which elegantly cascade and shimmer with every movement, capturing light and casting a breathtaking display of luminosity and splendor. These heirloom-quality earrings, measuring an inch in length, are designed with posts and omega lever backs, ensuring both comfort and security.

This exquisite creation is emblematic of the meticulous artisanship and intricate detailing that are hallmarks of the House of Cartier.

Tracing its origins back to the vibrant heart of Paris in 1847, Cartier was founded by the visionary Louis-Francois Cartier, who, at the age of 28, embarked on a journey of extraordinary craftsmanship and luxury after acquiring the workshop of his mentor, the esteemed watchmaker Adolphe Picard. Under Louis-Francois's astute leadership, the brand flourished, moving to the prestigious Palais-Royal district, and earning the patronage of Parisian nobility, including Princess Mathilde, cousin to Napoleon III. This noble association propelled Cartier into the upper echelons of Parisian society. In 1874, the reins were passed to Alfred Cartier, who further solidified the brand's legacy of luxury. The Cartier family's commitment to innovation and elegance was epitomized by Louis Cartier's pioneering use of platinum and diamonds, setting new standards in jewelry design and establishing platinum as an essential element of fine jewelry craftsmanship.