Duchess of Windsor’s Panther Ring
Duke of Windsor / Edward VIII once gave his wife 57 pieces of Cartier jewelry replica in total at a time. In the Duchess of Windsor’s jewel collection, the most famous one was this Panthère de Cartier ring replica. The panther inlaid with countless colored diamonds realistically squats on a Kashmir sapphire, which weighs 152.35 carats. The panther’s eyes are set with yellow gemstones and the nose is made of agate. The Cartier Antique Collection Room bought back this world-famous panther ring for 154 million Swiss francs at the Sotheby’s Geneva Auction in 1987.
Indian Maharajah’s Patiala Necklace
In 1928, Cartier customized a Cartier Love necklace replica — Patiala necklace for the Indian maharajah in Patiala City of Punjab Pradesh, Sir Adafandra Singh. The main body of this Patiala necklace, is composed of five main art deco bodies. It has a total of 2,930 diamonds and a total weight of nearly 1,000 carats. The huge diamond of De Beers in the middle weighs 234 carats, and is the seventh largest diamond in the world. Cartier took three years to complete this Patiala necklace.
Napoleon Bonaparte’s Grandniece, Amulette de Cartier Bracelet Replica
Of all the bracelets made by Cartier, the most beautiful and elegant one is, the Amulette de Cartier bracelet replica made by Cartier in 1907 for Princess Marie Bonaparte, Napoleon Bonaparte’s grandniece, Marie Bonaparte. Marie Bonaparte married the Greek and Danish Prince George — also known as George I of Greece — in the early 20th century. This Amulette de Cartier bracelet replica, is from one of her dowries at the time.
Agha Khan III Princess’ Trinity Bracelet
In 1934, Begum Agha Khan, the third wife of Agha Khan III, ordered the exotic Cartier Trinity bracelet replica from Cartier. It consists of three independent bracelets in different colors and materials: yellow gold, white gold and rose gold. They respectively symbolize the perfect combination of three emotions in life: kinship, friendship and love.