Since 1847, the Cartier Maison has embodied a tradition of excellence. A tradition which has become our duty. This duty of excellence in our creations, savoir-faire and quality of service also extends to the way we conduct our activities – ethically, socially, and environmentally.
A reference in the world of luxury, Cartier is a unique player in the jewellery world, which gives the Maison a duty to set the standards. We have chosen to embody these standards with commitments that go beyond the Maison’s sole activity.
Therefore, in 2005, Cartier was one of the 14 founding members of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC).
In October 2021, the Maison launched the Watch & Jewellery Initiative 2030, uniting members from the watch and jewellery industry in a commitment to ambitious goals while collaborating on projects that impact the entire value chain.
The initiative hopes to create an entirely sustainable watch and jewellery sector by building climate resilience, preserving resources and fostering inclusiveness.
Our Corporate Responsibility policy formalises our commitments as a responsible jeweller and our dedication to continuous improvement. From our workshops to our boutiques, we make sure our people are kept informed in order to ensure that these commitments are communicated and honoured in our daily operations.