This exquisite YG Tonneau is my latest aquisition and the first watch in eight years that may be break my "one watch per brand"-rule by getting another Cartier (indeed, I am already considering my third!). I absolutely adore this one - the curved case, th
In 1912, pioneering watchmaker Louis Cartier imagined the original features of the Tortue watch with a tortoise-inspired shape. At a time when all watches were round, this groundbreaking design went on to become a classic for… 2498
I have the time/date version which was available during a one year period around 2003/2004 ... 36.5 x 30 mm case on an alligator strap and deployant buckle. It's often described as the Tank Française Yearling XXL. Sold out in Tokyo, I first spotted the XX
Every time when I see a Santos, I melt a bit. No matter which version it is. From the simple 1978 steel/gold model, to this high end skeleton Santos Dumont model. What are your thought on the Santos as a model in general? GEO
Cartier Tonneau, Cartier’s first commercialized wristwatch for men, went on sale in 2006. These two were launched during the CPCP years Both watches measure 51.4, are the largest models ever produced and are in made white gold and in platinum. GEO
In my previous post about the Santos Dumont , Ted-Lo was asking about an update on the Tank Louis Cartier . Unfortunately I only have this weak picture, that I shot at the 'New Bondstreet Boutique'. This is the largest of the two sizes that are available.
Launched in 1998 as a part of the Collection Privée Cartier Paris, or CPCP for short, this rare, manual-winding, 18K white gold Cartier Tortue Monopoussoir (Ref. 2396) is part of a series of mechanical watches based on historic Cartier designs The CPCP sh
for actually every watch collector, is 'The Cartier' by Francesca Cartier Brickell. This book is not about watches, but about the history of one of the most famous jewelry houses, Cartier. And Francesca is not one of the new writers on the block, to tell