In its flagship boutique in Al Faisaliyah, Cartier unveiled an exhibition of more than 150 High Jewellery creations, including 30 historic Cartier pieces exhibited for the first time in the Middle East, presented in a magical scenography featuring a flower garden. The exhibition ran from 18th to 27th of March 2021, highlighting exceptional jewellery, timepieces and accessories, as a tribute to the style and creativity of the Maison.
The collection exhibition symbolizes Cartier’s emblematic Panthère continuing her journey across Saudi Arabia, as the Maison continues to expand its independent operations in the Kingdom. Whilst the iconic Panthère begins her journey in Place Vendome in Paris, last year she travelled to the stunning surrounds of Al Ula for ‘A New Dawn’, a film dedicated to the holy month of Ramadan. This month, she reaches a new destination in the Kingdom, as one of Cartier’s first-ever panther motif pieces, a Panthère pendant-watch (1920), went on display in the heart of Riyadh.