Just in time for Christmas, four new collections of covetable Cartier objets

And we’re willing to bet they tick off every name on your 2020 gift list (and then some).

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Stylish objects with serious heirloom credentials. That’s how we’d describe the Maison de Cartier’s four new collections: Decoration, Writing, Baby and Games. Crafted from precious and irresistible materials – metal, porcelain, leather, paper, cashmere – the objects are both elegant and durable, designed to bring beauty and joy into everyday life for generations to come.

The collections form part of a long established tradition. While Cartier spells fine jewellery and watches the world over, the house has produced everyday objects, from powder compacts to inkwells, from as early as 1880, when these were presented in a dedicated exhibition in New York.

From practical to playful, delicate to portable, for young and for old, the new collections are all linked by their emblematic codes, including the famous panther, the double C and menagerie – all of which echo the history and design universe of the Cartier brand.

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Decoration: A collection of porcelain objects such as a trinket tray and vase, or lacquered wooden objects such as a jewellery case and watch box.
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Writing: A collection dedicated to the joy of writing and including sketchbooks, pencil boxes, inkpads, notebooks, stationery and invitation cards.
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Baby: A collection of childhood objects, including an egg cup, a rattle, a tumbler, a silver photo frame and a cashmere blanket.
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Games: A collection of playful and irresistible objects depicted on a miniature scale.

Discover more of the four new Cartier object collections. 

 

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