Charlotte Casiraghi attends the 'Cartier' Exhibition Gala

Charlotte Casiraghi attends the "Cartier Exhibition" Gala presentation at the Museum Thyssen Bornemisza in Madrid. Since 1983, Cartier has assembled jewellery, watches, clocks and other precious objects into the Cartier Collection.
Charlotte Casiraghi visit Thyssen Museum. Cartier has assembled jewellery, watches and other precious objects into the Cartier Collection
Charlotte Casiraghi visit Thyssen Museum. Cartier has assembled jewellery, watches and other precious objects into the Cartier Collection
Charlotte Casiraghi visit Thyssen Museum. Cartier has assembled jewellery, watches and other precious objects into the Cartier Collection
Charlotte Casiraghi visit Thyssen Museum. Cartier has assembled jewellery, watches and other precious objects into the Cartier Collection
Since 1983, Cartier has assembled jewellery, watches, clocks and other precious objects into the Cartier Collection. Sourced from private individuals, retailers or at auction, the more than 1,450 objects in this growing collection have been selected according to criteria of style but also the materials used and the techniques employed.

Since a first major presentation in 1989 at the Petit Palais in Paris, the Collection has been shown at internationally renowned museums. For this new exhibition the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza has carefully selected more than 400 pieces representing six themes which illustrate the stylistic evolution of Cartier.

The exhibition also includes prestigious private loans from the Spanish Royal Family and the Palace of Monaco. Enlargements of sketchbook pages, preparatory and production drawings from Cartier’s Archives are projected onto the walls as a reminder of the creative process that brought each of these pieces to life.

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