Ring, Henri Picq, c.1925

Platinum and Diamonds


formed as a dome of brilliant cut diamonds mounted in platinum, the centre set with a larger diamond, the dome continuing out into the shoulders.

Stamped with the poincon of Henri Picq.
French, c.1925


The Parisian jeweller Henri Picq was one of Cartier’s main suppliers between 1900-1918 and continued to produce fine quality platinum jewellery for Cartier into the twenties. Cartier’s platinum jewels were said to the be the finest in Paris and it was the workshop of Henri Picq who made many of these superlative creations.