Cartier’s long and illustrious history allows the jeweller to draw on more than 160 years of jewellery expertise. It is a craft elevated to great Art by the daring and style of its creations and by ambitious designs that constantly stimulate technical innovation. Throughout its history, Cartier has created surprises, broken with tradition and challenged accepted truths while strengthening its expertise.
Why not use platinum? How do you adjust a bracelet to hold the watch as close as possible to the wrist? Is it possible to make the watch hands fl oat freely? The answers are found in the Garland style, the folding clasp and the mystery clocks.
With the invention of a revolutionary setting, Cartier starts a new chapter of its watchmaking and jewellery history
There are many links between jewellery and watchmaking, with discoveries shared and developed within the two fields.
At the end of the 19th century, the so-called “trembling setting” technique was introduced, enabling Cartier to let its diamonds move freely without restraint. Today, this has inspired Cartier’s ground-breaking Vibrating Setting, an utterly feminine and modern creation.
|Movement||:||Mechanical with manual winding|
|Case||:||Rhodium-finish 18-carat white gold set with brilliant-cut diamonds|
|Fluted crown||:||Set with a sapphire cabochon|
|Sword-shaped hands||:||Blued steel|
|Dial||:||NAC-treated 18-carat white gold set with brilliant-cut diamonds|
|Case thickness||:||14.05 mm|
|Water-resistant||:||3 bar (~30 metres)|
|Bracelet||:||Rhodium-finish 18-carat white gold set with brilliant-cut diamonds|
|Limited edition||:||20 individually numbered timepieces|