Academia Tourbillon Différentiel Sport

    Thanks to the patented differential system coupled with the tourbillon complication, this innovative movement makes it much easier and quicker to wind the watch. Inside Information: The Tourbillon Différentiel Sport won First Prize for Innovation in the Geneva Grand Prix for Watchmaking in 2005.

    The new timepiece has a fluid-based linear timekeeping display…
    The new watch has multiple systems to ensure that its movement receives consistent power…
    Computer-aided design is allowing watchmakers to push the boundaries of innovation...
    The watchmaker puts its skill in guilloche and damaskeening on full display…
    The two back-to-back auctions will offer hundreds of unique designs…
    The new variation sports a dial crafted from a meteorite...
    Photo by Didier Gourdon
    The new watch has a tourbillon hidden by an automaton…
    Photo by Vincent Wulveryck/Cartier
    Jeweler Cartier innovative work combined Roman, Egyptian, Indian, and Chinese elements with...
    The watch’s case is a mere 8.24 mm thick…
    On assuming his new position, Lambert lost little time in the development of new watches...