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September 2019- Houston

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Above: Cartier Magnitude High Jewelry necklace in 18K rose gold with 68.85- carat cabochon-cut rutilated quartz and diamonds ranging from fancy brown-pink to orange-pink, morganite beads, coral, onyx, and brilliant-cut diamonds. Right: Cartier Magnitude High Jewelry necklace in 18K white gold with 59.62-carat cabochon-cut rutilated quartz, kite-shaped and brilliant-cut diamonds, and fancy yellow and brown- yellow diamonds. APPARENT MAGNITUDE Cartier's newest collection, Magnitude, is nothing short of earth-shattering. Bold in scale and elemental in nature, Magnitude employs earthy, ornamental hard stones rarely seen in high jewelry. Rutilated quartz, amazonite, and malachite collide with colored diamonds, emeralds, and rubies. The collection — which honors the humble stones present at the origin of the world and celebrates the planet's immeasurable, miraculous forces — debuted with 69 pieces this summer in London. With Magnitude, Cartier tapped into its storied heritage of producing the unexpected and masterfully mixing bold colors in Art Deco-reminiscent silhouettes. At the Cartier boutique, River Oaks District, Anne Lee Phillips

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