Cartier Panthère was written by Bérénice Geoffroy-Schneiter. Bénérice is an archaeologist and an art historian she is also a journalist and art critic. She is passionate about Africa, and she already published many books an articles about that country. She also writes all the tales of the children’s magazine for Martin Malin.

This book Cartier Panthère is a compilation of texts by the art historian Bérénice Geoffroy-Schneiter, jewelry historian Vivienne Becker, jewelry expert Joanna Hardy, and fashion editor André Leon Taller.

The chronicles for Cartier Panthère (the panther in art history) are the evolution of Cartier panther jewels, the techniques involved in the process of creating a Cartier panther jewel, the symbol of the panther in fashion, design, and popular culture, and includes a chronology of 100 years of Cartier panther jewels.

The Panther (the Cartier symbol for a century) is the proud leader of the pack of precious animals that make up the famous Cartier menagerie. No other creature or jewel is quite so indissolubly and emotively connected to outstanding 20th-century women of style ideas deals of modern femininity and has become the Cartier’s most iconic motif for a century.

Is a symbol of power, seduction, and triumph since ancient times, the image of the panther never fails to arouse fantasies and dreams. Fascinating right?

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