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Cartier Diamond & Yellow Gold Himalia Wedding Band Ring - Size 5.75

CONDITION - PRISTINE / MORE ABOUT CONDITIONS

CONDITIONS

PRISTINE Merchandise is in “like new” condition. There are no signs of wear or any other visible imperfections.  EXCELLENT Merchandise is in exceptionally good condition with very little wear. Any imperfections are described in detail.  VERY GOOD: Merchandise is in very good condition for its age. Older items may exhibit very light patina and wear relative to the age of the product, and more contemporary items will be just short of “excellent”. GOOD: Merchandise is in good condition and typically will appear mildly to moderately used. There may be some surface scratches and/or other imperfections. Older items may exhibit patina and wear related to their age. Please review the item listing for specific details regarding condition.

7500.00

Regular Price: $8,900.00

Price $7,500.00

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This ring is from the Himalia collection and is no longer available at Cartier. Gorgeous, yellow gold band with diamonds. This ring is a lovely weight, lots of sparkle and bling. Perfect in every way. Size 5.75, it measures 7mm wide (0.275 inches). It has been very gently worn and shows no obvious signs of use. The last retail price on this ring from 2011 was $8900.

SKU: 28-2-11817-234627
Accompanied by: Protective Felt
Featured Stones: Diamond; Agate
Authenticity Details: Signed and numbered by Cartier size 51
Primary Material: Diamond; Abalone

Final Sale, not eligible for return or exchange.

Pristine

A BRIEF HISTORY OF CARTIER

Named "Jeweler to the Kings and the King of Jewelers" by Edward VII, Cartier has attracted Russian, British, and Indian aristocrats as well as some of the most esteemed celebrities since Louis-Françoise Cartier founded his namesake brand in 1847.

During the 1930s, Cartier’s directrice-artistique Jeanne Toussaint sent Cartier designers to the zoo where their innovations led to Cartier’s renowned panther and tiger designs. When Duchess of Windsor commissioned Cartier to create two 3-D panther brooches (one composed with cabochon emeralds, the second with diamonds and sapphires) in 1948, it was soon after that the panther became the symbol of Cartier.

Beyond the symbolic panther, two of Cartier’s most desired collections remain the Cartier Tank and the Cartier LOVE Series.