Trinity de Cartier
The Trinity ring was born of the imagination of Louis Cartier in 1924. It is an unusual movable ring composed of three interlinked bands in yellow, white and pink gold. A symbol of style and elegance, the statement ring was greeted with acclaim by male and female clientèle alike – high-profile devotees included Gary Cooper and the poet Jean Cocteau. The significance of the piece is open to interpretation by every wearer. Whether passed through generations as a family heirloom, worn as a token of affection or given as a profession of love this memento of life’s milestones is instantly imbued with memories. As one plays affectionately with the moving, interconnecting parts of the ring the tactile attachment grows.