October 15, 1998 Gold Standard On the place Vendôme and the surrounding streets, fine jewelry reaches a Parisian pinnacle By Nadine Frey Marie-Jesus Otero, the general director of Cartier Joaillerie, has just finished detailing the fine points of a recent house creation: a diamond necklace in the form of a serpent, hung with two matching pear-shaped emeralds weighing a total of 200 carats.
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