Cartier's

Cartier’s

jewelry firm founded by Alfred and Louis Cartier in Paris (1898). [Fr. Hist.: EB, 10: 177]
See: Luxury
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Harry Herbert, Cartier's racing consultant, commented: "QIPCO British Champions Day has firmly established itself as one of the great fixtures in the calendar and this year's renewal produced truly memorable races.
Intrinsic to Cartier's history as a creative watchmaker is a spirit of innovation in forms: the square for Santos, the rectangle for Tank.
Harry Herbert, Cartier's racing consultant, said: "The Cartier sprinter division is wide open, with Limato throwing his hat into the ring thanks to a fine performance in winning the July Cup.
This year, Cartier's focus is on the filigree, the decorative art invented in 3000 BC by the
The Cle--which comes in a 40 mm size for men and in 31 mm and 3 5 mm versions for women--has accomplished the rare feat of being a new, attention-grabbing watch while appearing to have been part of Cartier's rich past all along.
Cartier's mysterious double tourbillon makes another landmark addition to its rich repertoire
Harry Herbert, Cartier's racing consultant, commented: "Frankel lit up all our lives with his magnificent performances in 2012 and during the previous two years.
New Delhi, March 18 -- Cartier's links with India go back to 1911 when Jacque Cartier visited India to showcase his Rue de la Paix line to Indian royalty.
Summary: As part of Cartier's responsibility towards the society and as a reflection of the company's value
Meanwhile, the boutique was shone with Cartier's signature watches and jewelled accessories.
The exhibition, located outside Cartier's branch in the mall, features a series of rare photographs taken in 1911 when Mr Cartier visited Bahrain to learn more about the country's renowned pearls.
It is worth mentioning here that Cartier's donation has been increasing every year since the launch four years ago, and last year the amount donated was QR 390,000.