Cartier alumni steps across to Glenn Spiro’s business as honorary chairman

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Luxury jewellery veteran and Cartier alumni, Arnaud Bamberger, will join G as honorary chairman in November.

Bamberger, who worked for Cartier for over four decades, the last 25 of those years being spent in London as managing director for the UK and later, chairman of the company, has been presented with the honorary title from luxury jewellery designer Glenn Spiro.

“Having left Cartier which was my home for so many years, I am very pleased to begin a new and exciting chapter as Honorary Chairman of G, working alongside Glenn Spiro who I consider to be a rare talent in our industry,” said Bamberger.

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“For many years Glenn has quietly supplied many breath-taking gems to several top houses around the world. Since launching under his own name in 2014 and designing his own collections, he has attracted the respect and attention of the jewellery community.”

Spiro added: “Arnaud brings a wealth of experience and contacts in the jewellery world that I am sure will be invaluable to us. He is someone I have known for some time and I am extremely happy that he has decided to join our team.”

While G was founded in 2001, in 2014 the company unveiled its work to the public for the first time under its own name, opening a salon in Harrods’ newly refurbished Fine Jewellery Room.

In 2016 G moved its private Mayfair salon to its current home in the old Norman Hartnell atelier.

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