An offspring of the imagination of Cartier’s Creative Director, Jacqueline Karachi, it draws your attention to two exceptional beryls, with white, yellow and brown diamonds spreading like roots from their base.
On the back of the impressive, soft green beryls, clear as mountain lakes, rests an extraordinary structural detail: diamond armature—an astonishing framework of diamond drops, shining through the transparent, gleaming beryl ponds.
The leaves of Tillandsia—an unusual air plant which inspired this necklace,—are covered with cells capable of quickly absorbing water from the air and from surfaces. In a similar fashion, the diamond pavé shines like tiny droplets of life-giving water, absorbed by the necklace and keeping it alive and magnificent.
These bizarre plants cling naturally and prosper on tree branches, bark, rocks, even shifting desert sands.
The Cartier Tillandsia necklace wants to cling to your delicate neck. Airy and heavenly, mesmerizing and luscious—a supernatural masterpiece by a true artist.