Take a look inside Cartier’s new Bond Street boutique

Cartier Jewellery

With the reopening of Cartier’s New Bond Street boutique, 2019 is set to be a year of success for the world’s oldest jeweller. The brand is lining up a year of celebrations following major renovation to the 7,275 square foot space.

The Grade II-listed building in the heart of Mayfair has been home to the Paris-based jeweller ever since 1909. Architect, Bruno Moinard, captures the London aesthetic with repurposed furniture, artworks and lighting.

The Boutique Private Salon
Cartier Bond Street boutique

If you’re looking for an exquisite piece of jewellery to wear to an awards evening, appointments can be reserved in La Residence. The boutique’s private apartment comes complete with kitchen, living room, and dining room, providing that perfect Instagram moment.

Throughout the five-storey venue, an abundance of intimate spaces is present where clients can examine the items in privacy. Themed rooms include a glass-roofed salon, English Artworks, and archives detailing historic designs and famous orders.

The refurbished store signals the dawn of a new era in the long and illustrious history of Cartier, while paying tribute to the past, and ensures the legacy will live for years to come.

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