Cartier Love Rings

According to Cipullo himself, “Love has become too commercial, yet life without love is nothing — a fat zero. What modern people want are love symbols that look semi-permanent, or, at least, require a trick to remove. After all, love symbols should suggest an everlasting quality.”Lore surrounds Cartier Love Bracelets. As the story goes, the bracelet could initially only be purchased by couples who would surrender the screwdrivers to one another. When Cipullo and Cartier Replica introduced the bracelet, they further cemented its romantic symbolism by giving them to high-profile celebrity pairs like Ali MacGraw and Steve McQueen, as well as Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.Cipullo always had a knack for turning the seemingly simple into the stunningly irreverent and significant, making Love Bracelets worthy investment pieces for couples — and even for singles.

Many have tried to mimic the splendor of a Cartier Love Bracelet. Aside from checking the serial number for authenticity, one way to determine if yours is authentic (especially if it’s an original from the 70s) is to examine the hallmarks and logos closely. Every Cartier Love Rings Replica is stamped with a “hallmark” indicating the metal quality.18K Gold Love Bracelets are stamped with 18K or marked with the numerals 750. Meanwhile, Platinum Love Bracelets are engraved with the digits 950. If those hallmarks are not on your bracelet, there’s a high possibility that you are in possession of a fake.Additionally, remember to feel its weight and evaluate the overall quality. Across its entire collection, Cartier only uses the highest quality and most durable of gold and platinum metals. The weight of the bracelet is a dead giveaway of its authenticity. Depending on the size and metal, a Cartier Love Bracelet weighs anywhere between 30 and 38 grams. Fake bracelets are often much lighter than their authentic counterparts. Also, examine areas of discoloration or chipping as they are indicators of an ingenuine piece.

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