Top 5 Most Expensive Cartier Rings Sold at Auction

Cartier is a French luxury goods company founded in 1847 that is well known for its stunning jewellery. It is not uncommon to spot celebrities such as Kate Middleton sporting some of Cartier’s finest pieces. Borro has compiled a list of the 5 most expensive Cartier rings sold at auction.

Cartier Emerald and Diamond Ring – £228,000

 

 

Most Expensive Cartier Rings
Image Source: Christie’s

Starting our list of the most expensive Cartier rings sold at auction is this rectangular emerald ring. It weighs in at 15.70 carats and sits on diamond encrusted shoulders, mounted in platinum. In 2017, it sold for £228,000 at auction by Christie’s in New York.

 

Cartier Sapphire and Diamond Ring – £274,000

Most Expensive Cartier Rings
Image Source: Christie’s

A pop of colour and elegance – this beautiful sapphire weighs 5.37 carats and is cushioned by two stunning triangular diamonds, mounted in platinum. In 2016, it was sold at auction by Christie’s in New York for £274,000 in New York.

Cartier Diamond Ring – £409,000

Most Expensive Cartier Rings
Image Source: Christie’s

This pear-shaped diamond has made it to our list of most expensive Cartier rings sold at auction, weighing in at approximately 14.18 carats, and is our first mounted in gold. In 2016, this magnificent jewel sold for £408,000 at auction by Christie’s in Geneva.

Cartier Diamond Coloured Ring – £1.3 million

Most Expensive Cartier Rings
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Another pear-shaped diamond is next on the list but this one is a blue stunner surrounded by pink heart shaped diamonds that sit comfortably upon a gold band. There is 5.19 total carats worth of diamonds on this ring, which may explain why in 2016, this sensational piece sold for for £1.3 million at auction by Christie’s in Hong Kong.

Cartier Diamond Emerald Ring – £4.8 million

Most Expensive Cartier Rings
Imagge Source: Phillips

Finishing up our list of the most expensive Cartier rings sold at auction is this 5.31 carat diamond with two pear-shaped emeralds, sitting in 18 karat yellow gold. The ring was created in 1950 and is an extremely interesting piece. In 2017, it sold for £4.8 million at auction in Hong Kong by Phillips.

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