FAMSF “Cartier and America” Exhibition to showcase exotic creations of past

The Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco Legion of Honor is hosting an exclusive exhibition named “Cartier and America,” which is going to cover the history of Cartier in America through the ’70s from the private Cartier Collection housed in Geneva. The exhibition will display a spectacular array of more than 300 objects includes a wide variety of jewelry forms like the Tutti Frutti necklace, the Crocodile necklace, 1975. The exhibition also hosts classical watches and masterpieces of horology, such as Maurice Couet’s mystery clocks, the Egyptian Striking Clock, and the FDR Victory Clock that was auctioned Sotheby’s for a record $1.6 million in December 2007.

And those who cannot attend the exhibition personally can still grab a glimpse of this special exhibition online at Cartier and America Preview.

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