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Cartier GIA Certified 9.03 Carat Cushion Cut Diamond Engagement Ring -V38241

From The House of Cartier, this bespoke engagement ring, finely crafted in platinum, showcases a spectacular GIA certified cushion cut diamond weighing 9.03 carats, E color, VS2 clarity. This exquisite diamond is seamlessly set in a diamond encrusted cathedral band with two hidden halos, creating a spectacular display of brilliance and fire. This face of this sensational ring measures 13.14 mm in length and 11.3 mm in width. The shank measures 7.93 mm at where it meets the diamond, tapering to 2.42 mm. It is a size 6. This unique piece of fine jewelry exemplifies the fine craftsmanship and attention to detail which is synonymous with the House of Cartier.

Founded in Paris in 1847, by Louis-Francois Cartier, the firm known as Cartier quickly became recognized for its exemplary workmanship and taste. Louis-Francois Cartier began his esteemed career at 28, after an apprenticeship with master watchmaker Adolphe Picard resulted in Cartier taking over the master’s workshop, 29 rue Montorgueil, Paris. He expanded the premises and built his reputation on knowing how to satisfy the most extravagant of desires. By 1853 Louis Francois was able to move his business to the more fashionable Palais-Royal district at 5 Rue Neuve des petits Champs. He became a favorite of Princess Mathilde, the cousin of Napoleon III, whose patronage opened the door to Parisian society. In 1874 Alfred Cartier took over the company from his father Louis Francois. In 1898 the Cartier firm made a final move in Paris and they still remain at 13 Rue de La Paix, in the heart of Parisian elegance and luxury. Alfred Cartier entrusted his three sons to manage the Maison de Cartier Among Louis Cartier’s most important and lasting innovations was introducing the combination of platinum and diamonds to create garland style jewelry. Cartier wove the platinum into extremely fine threads to bring out the sparkle of the diamonds, making platinum a legitimate and irreplaceable precious metal in jewelry making.