The Romanov bracelet is a historic piece transformed from a brooch once owned by Empress Maria Feodorovna. It is set with a 197.80-carat cushion-shaped, rose-cut sapphire. The bracelet is on display at the Cartier shop in St. Petersburg.

From Kate Middleton’s wedding tiara to Russian royal jewels, 5 Cartier films that highlight the maison’s history

Starting with the history of its creative director Jeanne Toussaint, the new series explains Cartier’s history of making jewels for British and Russian royal families

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The Romanov bracelet is a historic piece transformed from a brooch once owned by Empress Maria Feodorovna. It is set with a 197.80-carat cushion-shaped, rose-cut sapphire. The bracelet is on display at the Cartier shop in St. Petersburg.
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Leona Liu

Leona Liu

Leona Liu is the Deputy Editor of STYLE, covering a variety of lifestyle topics from fashion to design. She has previously worked at iconic titles like VOGUE, GQ, Harper’s Bazaar, National Geographic and most recently, the design magazine Perspective.