The Cartier Trinity was created in 1924, and now, the jewellery house is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the collection with a pop-up in Singapore.

Held at the historic Arts House, once home to Singapore’s first Parliament, the pop-up is open to public from Jul 15 to Jul 23. Singapore is the second stop for the travelling pop-up, which kicked off in Shanghai. 

Through seven interconnected rooms, visitors can learn about the history and legacy of Trinity, and how it achieved its iconic status. Conceived by Louis Cartier, Trinity revolutionised jewellery design back in the 1920s by interlocking three bands in yellow, white and rose gold. The interlinked bands sit atop and below one another, creating a harmonious arrangement where no single band is distinguishable as the top or bottom.


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