CARTIER FIFTH AVENUE MANSION IN NEW YORK
The Cartier Fifth Avenue Mansion, the last remaining Mansion in Midtown, has been restored to ...
September 14, 2016
The Cartier Fifth Avenue Mansion, the last remaining Mansion in Midtown, has been restored to its original 1904 glory. Designed to inspire the imagination to wander, the Mansion bridges a contemporary atmosphere with classic style on a stunning scale for an unmistakable Cartier experience.
Designed in 1904, the neo-Renaissance style Mansion is an iconic edifice located in the heart of Manhattan. Acquired by Pierre Cartier in 1917, the Mansion embodies the maison’s uncompromising attention to detail and dedication to fine construction. A cornerstone of New York sophistication, the Cartier Fifth Avenue Mansion became a favorite of renowned figures such as Grace Kelly, Andy Warhol, and Elizabeth Taylor. After embarking on a meticulous restoration project in 2014, this legendary structure will reopen in September 2016.
The first floor opens the doors to Cartier’s brilliant jewelry collections. From the iconic LOVE bracelet to the vibrant Amulette de Cartier collection, discover the radiance of the brand’s classics. The second floor features the Diamond Salon exposing brilliant solitaires, engagement rings, and high jewelry diamonds. Personalized Cartier stationery available. The Third floor showcases everyday classics to rare timepieces with Cartier’s vast range of exquisitely designed watches for men and women, including the iconic Tank, Ballon Bleu and Clé collections. The fourth floor lends its signature touch of elegance to a range of accessories, fragrances, leather goods, and more. You can visit the Service Salon to have your pieces expertly restored in the Mansion workshops.