From time to time, we recommend books about watches, when they are dign of interest. Here, allow me to share with you " The Gentleman's files " written by our dear Geo! A large format ( 33 x 28 cm ), 340 pages, and when you know Geo's expertise on Cartier
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
Hi - I’m looking at the women’s Panthere - is there any difference between the new (2018-onwards) vs the older models? Like if I had a 2001 version of the Panthere that was unworn and a 2019 version that’s unworn, would I be able to tell the difference be
Hi all, Watch was gifted to me by my father, worn by my grandfather - unfortunately I have no other information on the watch - It looks to be a Cartier Santos Dumont, but the back is unusual Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I may be pulling the trigger on one of these two very different watches: the Omega 8 "Dark Side of the Moon" Speedmaster or the Drive de Cartier. One is a sports watch, the other is a dress watch. I am overwhelmed by the finish and movement of the Omega.
This is one of the Tanks that I really love. Years ago I started with the yellow gold, that I traded after a year for a white gold version. Then I sold that and got the diamond set version. Really nice and very Art Deco looking. But now I am back to basic
I am the very lucky new owner of this amazing Cartier (my first Cartier). It was bought on an impulse--which is not my usual way. I'm usually slow, like a tortoise, in choosing a watch, but I tried this one on and, quick as a jackrabbit, that was it: I bo