Cartier Vs. Tiffany & Co: Which One Is Worth Investing In?

Prestigious luxury jewelry brands Cartier and Tiffany & Co. are almost always compared to each other. 

Both are some of the oldest luxury jewelry brands in the world and they’re still regarded as the very best in the industry for very good reasons.

Cartier and Tiffany & Co. are popular choices for diamond engagement rings, fine jewelry and costume jewelry, with both brands having iconic, instantly recognizable pieces.

So, how did these luxury jewelry brands come to be, how are they different, and which brand should you get jewelry or an engagement ring from?

Cartier, founded in 1847 in Paris, is a French jewelry conglomerate with a long history of sales to French and other European royalty, such as King Edward VII of Great Britain.

History Of Cartier

While Cartier hails from France, Tiffany & Co. is an American company from New York City, founded before Cartier in 1837.

History Of Tiffany & Co.

The Cartier Love Bracelet is a gold, bangle-style bracelet that has an iconic screw design. This one comes with a special screwdriver that can lock the jewelry in place.

Cartier’s Most Iconic Pieces

The Cartier Love Ring, on the other hand, doesn’t need a screwdriver to be worn, but it still has the same design as its bracelet counterpart.

One of the best pieces of jewelry that this company has to offer is the Return To Tiffany Heart Pendant Necklace.

Tiffany & Co’s Most Popular Pieces

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