Top jewellery

Just like clothing, there is also the distinction between Haute Couture and ordinary ready-to-wear. In the jewelry industry, there is a similar division. Among them, the high-end jewellery is difficult for the general public to see because of the precious materials and the skillful and exquisite craftsmanship.

Recently, in the Liaoning Provincial Museum, the "Bo-Ji Yi-Chinese and Western Treasures Art Exhibition" was held, and more than 100 Western jewellery works represented by the Cartier Collection were invited to showcase the top Chinese and Western history from 1850 to 1949. The different styles of jewellery and the eclectic mix of Chinese culture and elements in the finest jewellery in the West.

The exhibition is divided into three parts, “Style Evolution”, which is a collection of more than 100 Western jewellery works represented by the Cartier Collection. It is a complete representation of the centuries-old Western aesthetics from the graceful and elegant classical art style, the soft and elegant garland art. The style, the bold and bold Art Deco style, the pure and romantic naturalistic style, and the evolution of the five-art art style.

As the biggest highlight of the exhibition, “China Love” presents more than 200 pieces of Chinese and Western treasures. Among them, Cartier's collections depict the splendid style of Western treasures with Chinese elements, contrast with the objects and costume collections of the Liaobo collection in the same period, deeply reflecting the Chinese charm of the East and West treasures, and highlighting the radiance of the East and West cultures. .

“Zhenyi Treasures” truly reflects the exquisite aesthetics of life in the West and the constant pursuit of beauty and art through nearly 100 pieces of artifacts.

Bird of paradise brooch

This brooch was specially made in 1948. The rare volume (20.20 cm high and 156.45 g) made this brooch a rare jewellery piece after the Second World War. Although it has been more than 60 years old, this brooch is still dazzling. Because this brooch has a total of 1 emerald cut diamond (weight 2.76 carats), 2 square cut diamonds (2.35 carats and 1.29 carats respectively) and 991 long stepped cuts, brilliant cuts, fancy cut diamonds (total It weighs 83.89 carats and is carefully decorated with the skill of the craftsman.

This brooch is exquisite in craftsmanship, and its manners are as noble as the phoenix birds in the Chinese culture.

Mysterious clock of Kamala

The agate beast originated in China in the 19th century. The mysterious clock is the sixth of 12 clocks on animal or mythological creatures created between 1922 and 1931. It is inspired by the clocks of Louis XV and Louis XVI. The core is placed on the back of the animal. Today, this series of clocks, along with the mysterious clock of the porch, has become the most iconic Cartier iconic collection. This clock is a 8-day power reserve rectangular movement, gold-plated, 15 jewel bearings, bimetallic balance wheel.

Camilla bracelet

The dragon was regarded as a special totem in ancient China. People often used the "Dragon Play Bead" pattern on the carriers of architectural paintings, sculptures, costumes and other embroidery to express auspiciousness and nobleness. This bracelet was born in 1928, and the jewels of the jewels have been subtly interpreted. Two grooved jade beads, set in the dragon's mouth made of sapphire carved coral, the main body of the bracelet is made of green, blue and black enamel with diamonds, emeralds and other jewelry.

Dragon brooch

With hooks, it is the hook of the belt of the ancient aristocrats and literati warriors in China, also known as the "rhum ratio." It is made of bronze and is also made of gold, silver, iron and jade. And Cartier's craftsman craftsmanship, a customer-provided 18-19th century jade dragon hook, with round old and single cut diamonds, cabochon sapphires and black enamel, made a unique dragon brooch.

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