Since ancient times, because of the delicate flowers Bvlgari Bracelet Replica, short flowering period, and natural beauty, people always use it to describe the fragile life and the feminine beauty. It can be naive, pure or sexy, and even a bit vicious. In the art of jewellery, the designer gives the flower endless poetry, subtly uses the contrast between movement and static, rules and nature, eternal and instant, and sublimates the mystery of life. Through years of accumulated knowledge and experience, and the skill of the jewels, the master jewelers are ready to move. The use of light in the shuttle between the gemstones to create a dynamic, or realistic, or point-to-point, so that all works are not only lifelike, but also better than the real thing. Cartier’s Floral Jewelry Cartier, the extraordinary master of jewellery, has long cultivated his secret garden. In this garden, all kinds of rare flowers compete with each other. The masters of jewels arrange the petals, colors and materials to be just right, and build a colorful world of flowers. In this precious flower garden, the jeweler sings flowers in various forms. There are very realistic flowers here, but they are magically kept away from reality, just as the famous poet Jean? What Cocteau called “unreal realism” shows that Cartier is loyal to nature, but reproduces the principles of nature through jewellery. The flower broke into the world of Cartier, forming a source of inspiration, sowing awesome, colorful seeds. Through these creations, Cartier developed new technologies and discovered new sources of peach blossoms during travel across time and space. Flower style sprout Flowers have long appeared in Cartier jewelry, even before animals. Delicate flowers are perfect for diamonds. First came the brooch of the top jewellery, a wonderful interpretation of the inspiration from the British or neo-classical style. Wild roses, daffodils, morning glory, Parma violets, corn poppy and daisies, etc., under the skill of Cartier’s stone, turned into a precious brooch, sometimes even a three-dimensional shape. At the beginning of the 20th century, Cartier created a garland style under the influence of neoclassicalism Cartier Bracelets Replica. Cartier workshops began to use more plastic and brighter platinum than silver. Flowers have become the theme of jewelers, and all kinds of works have sprung up like mushrooms: ferns, ferns, pine cones, lilies… dotted with brooch , crowns, pendants, such as this lily chest or ‘fern’ brooch, the latter is elastic,
can be twisted, can also be worn as a hair accessory. Russia with gemstone flowers Louis, 1900? For the first time, Cartier saw Fabergé’s gemstone works at the World Expo in Paris. Later, the Cartier brothers often traveled around the country, and they took inspiration from Russia and began to use agate, lapis lazuli or jade to sculpt flowers and plants. The first gemstone flowers made by Cartier were used as decorations, and Chen was displayed in the window of the crystal jewelry, but the bold and curious experimental spirit of the jewelers has already revealed their clues. These works seem to be only works, but they have opened up a new era of design art. In the decorative patterns of these bouquet bases, you can already see the various details that will set off the art deco trend. Look at this lily of the valley… It is not only an eternal cohesion, but also exudes the fragrance of distant exotics, especially influenced by Russian art and Japanese floral art. The top jewels in Cartier’s eyes: remarkable, bold, innovative, mysterious In 1925, at the height of the art deco trend, Cartier created an amazing orchid hair accessory, with petals not only studded with diamonds, but also with onyx nails. This hair style is a pair of short hair that is popular with women at that time. The biggest feature of this hair accessory is the three-dimensional sculpture of the flowers, and the size is also amazing! In the 1930s, the Cartier London Design Department “cultivated” a variety of unimaginable diamonds. These large flowers were attached to the platinum base, and the wearer could adjust them to open or close them as they wish. This is a crazy invention comparable to Vernet, and before that, Cartier has invented the detachable jewelry, which is indeed the veritable ancestor of jewelry. Cartier’s other leading-edge invention, a game-filled variable jewellery, was patented in 1940. British customers who are familiar with French jewellery are fascinated by these variable jewels that can be used as bracelets, brooches or pendants. British actress O’Brien is a loyal customer of Cartier. She wore this pendant in the 1946 film ‘One Night in Heaven.’ In 1934, under the retro style of Egypt, the Cartier London Design Department launched the Diamond Lotus Platinum Crown, purchased by Agaham III as a gift to Prince Andre. In 1949, Cartier designed an amazing sapphire floral brooch for the Grand Duchess of Windsor in Paris, decorated with a diamond-triangled knot. This unprecedented piece of jewelry, worn by legendary characters, really complements each other. In 1953, in preparation for the coronation ceremony, Queen Elizabeth handed a 23.60-carat rose diamond from Dr. Williamson, a Canadian geologist, to Cartier and asked him to make jewelry. As a result, Cartier produced a brooch shaped like a thin snow grass, a stem with narrow-cut diamonds, two leaves of marquise-cut diamonds, and petals of brilliant-cut diamonds. Unrealistic realism In 1937, Cartier began to produce ultra-realistic floral jewelry, especially in the Paris Design Department. For example, this amethyst and aquamarine orchid brooch, with exaggerated geometric lines; and later a blue rose, with a large sapphire with diamond petals, the absurd spirit makes people think of the super-real poet Elua: ‘ The earth is as blue as orange.’ Another rare feature of this blue rose is the use of the ‘invisible mosaic’ design. Cartier swam between real and illusory, from abstraction to simulation. For example, this bouquet symbolizing Britain was made by Cartier when the British head of state officially visited Paris in 1938. There were only a few pieces. The bouquet made of real gold contains cornflowers representing Scotland, daffodils from Wells, lucky grass from Ireland and roses from England. There is also this gentle and rosy hand in the jewels, which is a rare treasure that can only be made with heart. Coral-carved hand with two rows of diamonds and enamel decorations on the wrist, holding a diamond-shaped golden rose. Diamond is Cartier’s best assistant Cartier turns diamonds into pistils, stems, petals, leaves and stamens. These designs are always surprising, amazing, and never stick to the rules, but to capture the essence of the flowers and make them lifelike. In 1940, the famous American interior designer Aisi? Dvorf ordered a brooch with a marquise-cut diamond center surrounded by long diamond-encrusted petals, with stalks inlaid with narrow-cut diamonds and spines on the stems. This design uses the simplest lines in one go, expressing the essence of the flowers without compromise. There is also a clip-on brooch with a drop of petals. The flowers are like being blown by the wind, swaying gently on the long swaying stalks. This piece is both realistic and dreamy, with a polished edge that is slanted to give a sense of thickness. In 1962, Cartier made another clip-on floral brooch made of open-cut petals made of bright and narrow-cut diamonds, and an emerald-cut 12.49-carat yellow octagonal sapphire in the center. This palatial masterpiece expresses the sexy and generous gesture of flowers. In addition to white diamonds, Cartier also uses colored diamonds. For example, this rose with yellow diamonds, with two emerald leaves. The yellow diamond brings the dreamy feeling of Wonderland. What is even more amazing is that it is reminiscent of gold nuggets, but it becomes transparent crystal and brilliant light under the influence of magic. Ever-changing real gold The Cartier New York Design Department is like an experimental nursery in the plant family. Since the 1940s, many golden flowers have been cultivated, and they are often falsified. The novel concept allows the brooch to change from morning to night. Petals that can be opened or closed at will, with sapphire, diamonds, rubies and emeralds, stand on the stems and seem to be crumbling. The other jewel can be rotated to present two sides that are contrasting: one is diamond-encrusted jewelry, the other is a simple gold flower, engraved with the pattern of the leaves. There is also a super large bracelet launched in 1949, with realistic and realistic details, two large flowers stretching along the lines of the arms. Today’s beauty In the heyday of the popular flower of the 1960s, Cartier used coral and turquoise to match diamonds, making a delicate diamond-red coral rose as a brooch or pendant. Turquoise is in perfect harmony with amethyst, diamond or real gold, such as this cabochon amethyst ring, surrounded by turquoise. Based on its intuition and taste, Cartier has opened up an English-style garden, not only the famous flowers such as roses and cornflowers, but also the obscure grass. Cartier’s flowers are full of energy and movement, full of expressions. With a unique vision and first-class technology, the jeweler has designed a magical greenhouse full of exotic flowers and plants, just like the garden where the gardener cultivated with love, waiting for us to appreciate. The copyright of this article is owned by Zhangzhang Media. It is forbidden to download, copy, or create mirrors and links without permission.