Some of the most spectacular diamonds of Princess Grace of Monaco are on exhibit in Canberra, Australia. Cartier: the Exhibition is a breathtaking display of some of the world’s most exquisite jewels in the world. The show is ongoing until July 22, 2018 at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra.
ABOUT CARTIER: THE EXHIBITION
The Cartier: the Exhibition unveils several diamonds from the beautiful jewellery collection of Princess Grace of Monaco. These mark some of the most important milestone events of her life. The items including her 10.48 carat diamond engagement ring, given by Prince Rainier III of Monaco. The exhibit also includes several of her tiaras, necklaces, brooches and earrings.
The memory of Princess Grace is well honoured in this exhibit of one of the most significant collections of jewelry to visit Australia.
“This is fitting testament to the iconic style and timeless elegance of a Princess who continues to inspire the world” said Alison Roberts-Brown, Regional Director of Visit Monaco Australia and New Zealand.
ABOUT THE DIAMONDS OF PRINCESS GRACE OF MONACO AT THE NATIONAL GALLERY IN CANBERRA
“These are the most significant pieces to be seen in Australian since the ‘Grace Kelly: Style Icon’ exhibition came to Bendigo Art Gallery in 2012,” she added. “Whilst only a small section of this stunning exhibition, the pieces are more than ‘just’ jewellery items. These pieces are reminders of important milestones in the Princess’s life, allowing visitors to get a unique insight into her life as a royal, movie star, bride and, of course, a fashion icon.” she added.
Cartier: The Exhibition showcases more than 300 spectacular items, with loans from royal families and celebrities. The exhibits also include items from the astonishing Cartier Collection itself.