SALON INTERNATIONAL DE LA HAUTE HORLOGERIE

From January 18 – 22, 2016 in Geneva



DISCOVER THE LATEST IN FINE WATCHMAKING

 

In a relentless quest for innovation, Cartier succeeded in inventing 45 new movements in less than a decade, highlighting the Maison's ambitious spirit.

The dynamism of the Maison is best represented by its signature Fine Watchmaking designs: Astromystérieux, Skeleton, Crash, Rotonde Earth and Moon.

 

Rotonde de Cartier Astromystérieux Watch
Caliber 9462 MC

 

Mechanical Legends Crash Skeleton Watch
Caliber 9618 MC

Rotonde de Cartier Earth and Moon Watch
Caliber 9440 MC

 

Clé de Cartier Automatic Skeleton Watch
Caliber 9621 MC

 

THE MERGING OF TWO ART FORMS

For over 160 years, Fine Watchmaking and High Jewelry have been a part of the Cartier legacy. For SIHH 2016, Cartier combined the techniques and innovation of the Fine Watchmaking workshops with the expertise and artisanship of the High Jewelry workshops to develop even more extraordinary pieces.

 

 

 

 

 

Tourbillon Mystérieux Azuré Pendant Watch
White gold, one 25.93-carat oval-shaped Ceylon sapphire, diamonds, sapphires, onyx.
Manufacture mechanical movement with manual winding, caliber 9463 MC, mysterious double tourbillon.
Limited Edition.

 

 

 

 

 

Dragon Mystérieux Watch White Gold, one 23.77 cushion-shaped fire opal, diamonds, coral, onyx, emerald eyes.
Manufacture mechanical movement with manual winding, caliber 9981 MC, with mysterious hour and minute display.
Limited Edition.

The iconic Cartier panther once again revisits the world of Fine Watchmaking within the dial of the Panthères et Colibri watch. The design features a resting panther alongside a golden hummingbird, a charming yet peaceful reverie until the watch crown is pressed and a baby panther emerges from its mother’s paws to chase after the golden-winged bird. While the hummingbird adds charm to the watch, it also serves another purpose: the time remaining until the watch's new 9915 MC caliber movement requires rewinding is indicated by the height of the bird's flight.