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Cartier stands for extraordinary creativity and expertise in the development of special timepieces. With a tradition stretching back over 160 years, the House has launched countless innovative watches, hallmarked by elegance, emotion and innovation. Thanks to the successful interplay of aesthetics and technology, Louis Cartier’s standards of perfection live on to this day.

CARTIER Pasha Collection

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Wristwatch CARTIER Santos de Cartier 41,9mm, medium, 18K red gold, gold-bracelet, white dial with romains, automatic Cal. 1847MC, sapphire-crystal, 10 atm, Ref.:WGSA0008.

Santos de Cartier

1904. Louis Cartier granted the wish of the famous Brazilian aviator Alberto Santos Dumont: to be able to tell the time while flying. The birth of one of the first ever wristwatches sealed the bonds of friendship between these two pioneers. The rounded angles of the dial, seamless curve of the horns, and the exposed screws made for an iconic watch that would inspire countless reinterpretations.

New strap system
The new Santos de Cartier watch features an innovative strap in keeping with the spirit of our time. The new strap caters to modern lifestyles and ease of movement, and can be tailored to suit any occasion according to the choice of materials and colours. Available in steel, gold, calfskin or alligator skin, all versions are interchangeable thanks to the Cartier QuickSwitch system (patent pending) hidden under the strap. This invisible mechanism blends into the structure of the case and, to activate the system, the wearer simply presses the mechanism.

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Wristwatch CARTIER Ballon Bleu de Cartier, 42mm, large, steel, steel bracelet, silver dial with romains, automatic sapphire-crystal, Ref.:W69012Z4.

Ballon Bleu de Cartier

Floating like a balloon and as blue as the cabochon safely nestled in its side, the Ballon Bleu watch by Cartier adds a dash of elegance to male and female wrists alike. Roman numerals are guided on their path by a deep blue winding mechanism. The convex curves of the case, guilloché dial, sword-shaped hands, and polished or satin-finish links of the bracelet ensure that the Ballon Bleu watch by Cartier floats within the world of Cartier watchmaking.
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Wristwatch CARTIER Tank MC, steel, Kroko strap, with folding clasp, silver dial with romains, automatic Cal. 1904-PS MC, sapphire-crystal, Ref.: W5330003.

Tank de Cartier

Louis Cartier created the Tank watch in 1917. A legend was born. The first prototype was presented as a gift to General Pershing some years before the watch was brought to market in 1919. The lugs blend seamlessly into the stark edges of flat vertical brancards, lending the watch its unique aesthetic. The clean, crisp lines have proved hugely popular with a free-spirited, elegant clientèle. The now-iconic Tank watch has inspired countless variations yet managed to preserve its distinctive identity.

Wristwatch CARTIER Panthère de Cartier 30mm, 18K red gold, gold-bracelet, silver dial with romains, quartz sapphire-crystal, 3 atm, 37 diamonds, total: 0,27 ct. Ref.: WJPN0008.

Panthère de Cartier

At once a watch and jewel, the Panthère de Cartier timepiece is one of the most distinctive Cartier designs. Born in the 80s and more contemporary than ever, it is a true style icon for women who wish never to go unnoticed.
“Since 1904 Santos de Cartier has always reinvented itself - apart from all legends surrounding the work of Alberto Santos-Dumont - full of innovation and progress.”

Cartier Heritage

Cartier is the renowned French jeweller and watchmaker with a history of pioneering design and a drive for excellence. The first references to Cartier watches date back to 1888. Late in the 19th century it was pocket and chatelaine watches that were most popular, but Louis Cartier saw a future in timepieces that could be worn on the wrist. The first Cartier watch became the stepping stone to a long love affair and the creation of many new models. Names like Tank, Baignoire, Ballon Bleu, Santos and Calibre all refer to a shape, a winding crown, a moment in history or the brands first in-house watch movement.