“Traditionally at replica Cartier love bracelet we believe that one strength of a winning design is its capacity to change over time,” he explains. “We work from what Louis Cartier called a ‘mother idea’ but we are always on the lookout for new creative interpretations using different lines, proportions etc.”
“We have some clients who acquire the bracelet first and foremost for its symbolism, and other clients who purchase it for its aesthetic. Its winning design makes it timeless; the pared-down look makes it contemporary and so, over time, the aesthetic has prevailed.”
One of the most – if not the most – sought-after yellow gold Cartier bracelet fake style is held together by two grub screws that, when tightened, lock onto the wearer’s wrist. According to Cartier’s website, this gilded bit of bondage is meant “to sanctify inseparable love.” Per AdWeek, given the price tags associated with these designs, they “also signify high incomes.”
When the Love bracelet was first released by Cartier in 1969 – the creation of designer Aldo Cipullo for the Paris-based jewelry company – it became something of a must-have item. Originally plated in gold and sold only to couples, such as Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, and Sophia Loren and Carlo Ponti, the design, itself, remains relatively unchanged nearly 50 years later.
The gold plating has been swapped for three alloys of gold and costs anywhere from $4,500 to $56,500, and the bracelets are now sold individually. Moreover, the brand has since released a slimmed-down version of the bracelet, as well as an array of diamond encrusted options. But the design itself – with its two unique C-shaped halves that unhinge to clasp together before being screwed on with the miniature screwdriver included with each bracelet – functions in exactly the same manner.