The Panthère has prowled through Cartier’s collections since 1914, and has since come alive through precious stones, roared on rings and been seemingly ready to pounce from wrists and lapels. Photo: Cartier The Panthère has prowled through Cartier’s collections since 1914, and has since come alive through precious stones, roared on rings and been seemingly ready to pounce from wrists and lapels. Photo: Cartier
The Panthère has prowled through Cartier’s collections since 1914, and has since come alive through precious stones, roared on rings and been seemingly ready to pounce from wrists and lapels. Photo: Cartier

Panther, camellia, question mark … how Cartier, Chanel, Boucheron and other jewellery houses keep their most iconic motifs fresh and alive

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The Panthère has prowled through Cartier’s collections since 1914, and has since come alive through precious stones, roared on rings and been seemingly ready to pounce from wrists and lapels. Photo: Cartier The Panthère has prowled through Cartier’s collections since 1914, and has since come alive through precious stones, roared on rings and been seemingly ready to pounce from wrists and lapels. Photo: Cartier
The Panthère has prowled through Cartier’s collections since 1914, and has since come alive through precious stones, roared on rings and been seemingly ready to pounce from wrists and lapels. Photo: Cartier
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