By  on October 8, 2014

LONDON — The history and evolution of Cartier’s Panthère collection, celebrating its 100th birthday this year, was the topic of a conversation between Pierre Rainero, Cartier’s director of image, style and heritage, and jewelry historian Vivienne Becker at the Victoria & Albert Museum on Monday night.

“Cartier’s Panthère is perhaps the most famous jewelry emblem of all time,” said Becker in her introduction to the audience of V&A members. “It is the quintessential symbol of powerful femininity, and was worn by the likes of Daisy Fellowes, Nina Dyer and the Duchess of Windsor.”

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