Did you know that the 1970s Cartier ''Le Must'' was not the first gold coated Cartier watch!? It's a history that has gone unnoticed for all these years, even by Cartier, willingly or unwillingly may some argue. Why are these watches not mentioned in the
Oversized Cartier Stepped Tank Jumbo 15716 next to a Rolex Submariner 16618 for size comparison. Only produced for a couple years from 1974 until it was discontinued in 1976. Only 2500 pieces of the ref: 15716 were ever made. Love it.
The Tank was Louis Cartier’s bright idea to give a watch the shape of a rectangle in 1917, at a time when timepieces were round. From 1917 to 1936, it saw multiple incarnations. When it appeared in 1936, the Tank Asymétrique watch – also known at the time
Hi all, I'd really love to wear a special watch for my wedding (not scheduled at the moment, but looking for the right engagement ring) and I was thinking of approaching Cariter about a Special Order Tank Louis but wanted to have a grounded idea on what u
First introduced in 1921, the Tank Cintrée is without a doubt one of the most elegant timepieces Cartier created. The stylish case, with its elongated and curved shape, conforms to the curvature of the wrist for sublime wearing comfort. The Cintrée is a d