Renowned French jeweler and watchmaker Cartier has unveiled its version of the rugged bent nail bracelet, called 'Juste un Clou,' with a whopping price tag to match. Starting at $3,000, the piece may have a steep price, but the quality is indeed sharp as nails.
The bracelets come in a variety of finishes ranging from white gold to pink gold adorned with diamonds. The bracelet is part of Cartier's newly launched collection and to celebrate its release, Cartier is hosting an exhibit at its New York museum that showcases the jeweler's history and the birth of the original bracelet's design.
Industrial materials like cable wire, nuts and bolts and chains have been used to create bold, edgy jewelry. Cartier is taking things up a notch with its elegant industrial bracelet, which brings danger and allure together through pristine craftsmanship.
The Cartier 'Juste un Clou' Bangle is a Bent Nail
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