Cartier: The Other Love Bracelet You Didn’t Know About


Think of Cartier and their iconic Love bracelet designed by Aldo Cipullo (the same man who went on to create the Juste un Clou) comes to mind. They were made in the ideal oval shape, resembling a tight-fitted bangle that’s worn around the wrist as the perfect symbol of love. The emphasis was made even further by the bracelet’s opening and closing mechanism, with two C-shaped halves secured together in place with a special screwdriver, allowing you to wear the bracelet 24/7 just to prove that point.

What’s interesting is that the Love today actually comes in different designs, such as the Love Charity Bracelet which features two mini Love rings on an adjustable cord. But for those who prefer a version of the latter in full 18k gold, Cartier offers it in a chain bracelet design in either rose, white or yellow gold.


Each gold chain bracelet comes furnished with two interlocking Love rings in the middle, and can be worn easily thanks to a snap hook fastening at the opposite end. Love rings are popular choices as wedding bands, with an iconic look and unisex appeal that will work equally well for both him and her. Having them featured in a unique chain bracelet design is pretty much the icing on the cake, making it a timeless classic for years to come.

Another noteworthy point? This Love Bracelet above is priced lower than an entry-level Love Ring, which if you think about it, is a pretty good deal. For SGD2240, you will be able to get an 18k rose gold or yellow gold bracelet that can be worn daintily around your wrist. The one in 18k white gold, on the other hand, is just a tad higher at SGD2400. It’s a perfect piece for those of you who find the original way above your budget, want something more dainty or even if you’re looking for a new jewellery piece to add/stack with your existing bracelets. And yes, it is available now at all Cartier boutiques across the island.


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