Écrou de Cartier – Hardware-as-Luxury-Jewelry

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Écrou de Cartier - Hardware-as-Luxury-Jewelry

Just as Balenciaga released their Tool Bracelet – essentially a hose clamp – competitor Cartier has also released a line of hardware-based jewelry, called Écrou de Cartier. So “écrou” means “nut” in French, but read the product copy: “The Écrou de Cartier challenges the status quo of design through its unique play on the industrial. Movable bolts are perched on a circular ridged band, creating unique pieces that defy conventions. Just like that, the ordinary is made beautiful.”

Écrou de Cartier - Hardware-as-Luxury-Jewelry

In addition to bracelets, they’ve got rings, earrings and necklaces as well. The rings start at $2,430; the earrings, $2,790 (each, not for a pair); the bracelets start at $7,150, while the necklace will set you back $16,500.

Écrou de Cartier - Hardware-as-Luxury-Jewelry

Écrou de Cartier - Hardware-as-Luxury-Jewelry

Écrou de Cartier - Hardware-as-Luxury-Jewelry

Écrou de Cartier - Hardware-as-Luxury-Jewelry

Écrou de Cartier - Hardware-as-Luxury-Jewelry

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