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  • A Brief History of the Cartier Love Bracelet

    November 17, 2015

    Cartier Love Bracelet

    The Cartier Love Bracelet is more than simply a piece of jewelry, it is thought of by many as the “universal symbol of love and commitment”. From Hollywood’s elite to everyday people with exquisite taste, this is one bracelet that nearly everyone can agree looks great. Are you familiar with the history behind this iconic piece? Once you know more, you may be even more impressed by the beauty and charm these bracelets offer.

    The Beginnings

    The First Cartier Love Bracelet was designed in 1969 by Aldo Cipullo. The earliest designs were gold plated though later versions were made of solid gold. There are also other pieces (such as watches, necklaces, cufflinks, etc.) that are made with the same design as the Love Bracelet.

    The Design

    The design of the bracelet is unlike most others in that it is not easily put on or taken off. The bracelet must be opened or closed using a special screwdriver. For many, this is considered a token of commitment, since it must be “locked” into place. However, it can be difficult to take off in a hurry, such as for passing through security screenings at the airport!


    Over the years, the popularity of the Love bracelet has only grown. This meant that Cartier has developed many variations to the traditional gold version. There are rose gold, white gold and platinum versions as well as bracelets with diamonds. In recent years, a cuff variation (one that does not lock into place) was developed too. The cuff version of the bracelet still has the signature look—just without the locking mechanism.

    While there are many items of jewelry that are just as popular as the Cartier Love Bracelet, there are few that have had the same kind of long-term interest as this piece. In fact, both vintage and newer Cartier Love bracelets have an excellent resale value. The key is to work with a knowledgeable Cartier Love bracelet buyer.

    If you are looking to buy or sell a Cartier Love bracelet, or any other high-end piece of jewelry, why not reach out to the experts at Roy Herlz? We would love to work with you and help you get the best possible price for your piece. Selling to an independent buyer is hard work, and you put yourself in a precarious position. Our jewelry buyers are honest, experienced and will go the extra mile to make the process easier for you.

    Call us for more information or stop by the store and chat with one of our experts. You will quickly see why we are the jewelry buyer NY residents trust!


    We are interested in all kinds of precious jewelry, particularly diamonds of a carat or more. Please do not hesitate to contact us to make an appointment.

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