Jean Cocteau may have been wrongly attributed authorship of the original design, yet we can rightfully consider him its first ambassador. His distinguishing trait: he wore two pieces on his ring finger. This would be followed by a series of celebrities, both in France and the rest of the world, who would wear this ring, which joins three shades of gold without blending into each other. To celebrate the centenary of these intertwined circles, the Maison has unveiled a piece that slightly changes its geometry: the round ring becomes now a square, with rounded edges. The proposal is both a break with the past while embracing its legacy, as it is rooted in its heritage yet tailored for the customers of tomorrow. From this fertile ground, Cartier draws an oblique nobility that rekindles the flame of a timeless jewel.