Cartier Trinity Collection revamped for Christmas

Cartier's Trinity collection grows to include new jewels set with diamonds and coloured stones as well as earrings and rings featuring large central stones.


Cartier's famous Trinity collection gets a little twist with new models that show the diversity of this enduring design.  Made of three bands of gold symbolizing love, friendship and fidelity, this season Cartier opens an exciting new chapter of in the life of this perennial favourite with pearls, diamonds and precious coloured stones adorning the trio of golden rings.

The Trinity was designed by Louis Cartier in 1924 at the request of French artist, novelist, poet and filmmaker Jean Cocteau who wanted a 'three gold rolling ring'. His simple idea stuck and the three band design is one of Cartier's most emblematic jewels.

Today new versions of the Trinity include rings with each band set with different coloured  diamonds and stones or even drop earrings with pearls. Originally an all-gold ring, this new arrivals include rings set with large kunzites, pearls or aquamarines, proof of just how versatile and long-lived good design can be. 

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