ERROYL are proud to advise that selected timepieces from our Heritage and Regent Collections are available to purchase at the National Gallery of Australia as part of the exclusive Cartier: The Exhibition runs until 22 July 2018.
If you are in Canberra, or planning a trip to Canberra, go and visit the National Gallery of Australia and check our ERROYL timepieces.
The National Gallery of Australia is showcasing more than 300 spectacular items, with loans from royal families, celebrities and the astonishing Cartier Collection itself, in exquisite settings such as royal tiaras, necklaces, brooches and earrings.
The National Gallery of Australia website notes, the exhibition explores Cartier’s glittering international clientele that included royalty, aristocrats, socialites, and stars of the stage, cinema and music. Highlights include Dame Nellie Melba’s diamond stomacher brooch, the Queen’s “Halo” tiara, worn by Kate Middleton at her wedding to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Daisy Fellowes’ Tutti-Frutti Hindu necklace, Barbara Hutton’s imperial jadeite necklace, Princess Grace of Monaco’s 10.48-carat diamond engagement ring, Dame Elizabeth Taylor’s diamond and ruby necklace (a gift from her third husband Mike Todd which also doubles as a tiara) and a selection from the NGA’s exceptional Ballets Russes costumes.
Further details of the exhibit can be found by visiting https://nga.gov.au/cartier/.
The Swiss Made Duke Collection is now available to order with free international shipping for AUD $899 per timepiece.
Three models are available in the Duke Collection with the Duke Hawker, Duke Oskar and Duke Melrose comprising the collection. Each timepiece is hand assembled to the highest standards befitting Swiss Made timepieces and is available exclusively online at www.erroyl.com.
The model features a 39mm diameter, BGW9 lume, the Swiss ETA 2824-2 automatic movement, a stainless steel jubilee strap with customised buckle, exhibition caseback, custom rotor and a stunning guillouche dial in three colours white, black and grey.
For further information visit the Duke Collection page.