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Design Innovation: Ballon Bleu de Cartier Serti Vibrant As early as the 19th century, jewelers were setting diamonds en tremblant , recognizing that a little movement would ensure that the stones...
Given the level of recognition that Carole Forestier-Kasapi—Cartier’s head of movement creation—has achieved with her flying tourbillons and watches that mimic the brand’s famous see-through mystery...
Among luxury connoisseurs, the name Cartier is likely to conjure images of sumptuous jewels and classic 20th-century wristwatch designs, à la the iconic Santos and Tank models. But until recently,...
When the 26th annual Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) opens in Geneva on January 18, visitors will discover a streamlined layout “designed to promote a spirit of conviviality,”...
Watchmaking is a de facto preserve for global handicrafts.
Microtechnology adds unprecedented complexity to artisan-crafted dials.
Why women’s mechanical timepieces are becoming more intriguing than men’s. One advantage that women’s watches enjoy over men’s offerings is an element of abandon: the same freedom of design that will...
Originally published in the November issue of Robb Report as “ Open Hearts ” More than merely decorative, modern openwork watch designs furnish fascinating views into the remarkable mechanisms that...
Since moving its storefront to Greenwich, Conn., in 1952, Betteridge has become the premier destination for the East Coast elite to buy high-end watches and jewelry. In August, the fourth-generation...
The watchmaker puts its skill in guilloche and damaskeening on full display.
Many of the world’s top watchmakers unveiled new timepieces at Geneva’s Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie…
The new watch has a skeletonized dial that reveals its unconventional movement.
Cartier’s newest triple complication, the Rotonde de Cartier Earth and Moon, made its global debut last month at the Salon Internationale de Haute Horlogerie.
As the first large-scale showing of new luxury watches of the year, Geneva’s Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie is a barometer of new and upcoming trends in watchmaking...
While watch companies frequently trumpet the heritage of their artisanal techniques, Cartier may have outdone them all by releasing a watch decorated in a technique with 5,000-year-old origins. The...
To the contemporary eye, a pocket-watch case may seem an overly discreet form of housing for a mechanism as magnificent as a grand complication. Yet there is nothing modest about Cartier’s $625,000...
In all likelihood, the wearer will never set or even try to read the time on her Cartier Tutti Frutti Secret Watch (price available upon request), part of the brand’s 16-piece Mille et Une Heures...
Led by movement developer Carole Forestier, Cartier has exceeded expectations for its initial watchmaking efforts by not only completing the basics on its own but also creating original and...
With its parent company Richemont’s acquisition of Geneva manufacture Roger Dubuis in 2008, Cartier leveraged the facility’s location by adding workshops that enabled the Paris brand to attain the...
According to Hélène Poulit-Duquesne, Cartier International’s watch marketing director, the original idea for the Cirque Animalier de Cartier emerged from an exercise in creative free sketching by the...
Combining Cartier style with strong performance, the Pasha Seatimer takes the Pasha de Cartier line to the open water.