Native American jewellery maker Cartier has made waves with its indigenous designs, and the company recently announced it will be selling its native American jewellers to the European market.
The company has also started an initiative with the UK’s British-based Crown Jewels to sell its own designs and jewellery.
The company announced on its website that it will open the indigenous American jewelling boutique to customers in Europe on May 20.
The outlet will offer Cartier jewellery for women, men and children aged five to 90, and will be located in New York.
The website also said that Cartier will offer jewellery to buyers in South America, Mexico, Canada, and Brazil.
It also said there will be an online store to sell the jewellery and will also be offering the brand’s jewelry in China.
The website also announced that Cartie is partnering with the British-focused Crown Jewells to sell indigenous American-made jewellery in its stores, including for children.
The Crown Jewellers’ website says that the company’s mission is to support indigenous business owners, and is dedicated to the advancement of the traditional craft of jewellery making, with a focus on sustainable and ethical practices.
The brand’s new boutique in New Jersey will offer its jewellery, and its jewelleries will be available at a discount to customers who purchase its native-made products.