Cartier 2013 Geneva International Haute Horlogerie Exhibition Is Ready

At the 23rd Geneva International Haute Horlogerie Salon, the new Cartier d’Art series of high-end watches made from almost rare metal beads craftsmanship released a dazzling light. At the same time, the Calibre de Cartier chronograph equipped with the first Cartier workshop refined self-winding chronograph movement, applies precise and only chronograph functions to high-end men’s watches.

At the 23rd Geneva Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, a new high-end Cartier d ‘Art series watch crafted from almost rare metal beads, a cheetah carved from gold seeds The avatar floats on the dial vividly and three-dimensionally, releasing an eye-catching light. At the same time, the Calibre de Cartier chronograph, equipped with the first Cartier workshop refined self-winding chronograph movement, applies precise and only timekeeping functions to high-end men’s watches, injecting more ancient craft A breath of time.

Cartier d’Art Collection

With a strong curiosity about the world and its miracles, this year, Cartier has poured great enthusiasm on a gold jewelry process that was born in the early stage of human civilization, the metal bead process. In order to make this door have thousands of years of history, rare and almost lost ancient handicrafts are reproduced in the world, Cartier has carefully adjusted and improved to finally re-interpret it more perfectly.

Crafted from metal beads, the Cartier d’ Art collection of high-end watches gives this ancient and precious handicraft dating back to the first half of the third millennium BC a new look. This extremely complicated and ingenious decoration process reached its heyday in the first millennium of Etrurie civilization. Its masterpiece is world-famous decoration by ‘granulation etrusque’ Ancient utensils.

Calibre de Cartier chronograph

Strong lines and a solid case. The Calibre de Cartier watch series introduced in 2010 through the ingenious combination of frosting and polishing technology, forms a balance with sharp contrast, which can be called a unique chronograph masterpiece.

In 2013, Cartier equipped the Caribo watch with a new workshop exquisite 1904-CH MC chronograph movement, and at the same time injected strong and resolute qualities into this sporty watch.

Calibre de Cartier chronograph, equipped with the first self-winding chronograph movement developed by Cartier, including eight models from stainless steel to white gold diamonds, with leather strap or metal bracelet. These sporty models reinforce the self-motivated spirit of the Calibre de Cartier.

This is a watch with prominent design elements: two chronograph dials at 3 and 9 o’clock, a grooved bezel on the dial flange with a minute track scale, and an enlarged Roman numeral hour The standard XII is located above the chronograph. Two new chronograph buttons complement the crown shoulders and add vitality to the watch.