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CARTIER
Pasha de Cartier Automatic Chronograph 41mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. WSPA0027
£8,414
CARTIER
Santos de Cartier Automatic 39.8 mm 18-Karat Gold Watch, Ref. No. WGSA0029
£30,129
CARTIER
Pasha de Cartier Automatic 41mm Stainless Steel and Alligator Watch, Ref. No. WSPA0026
£5,982
CARTIER
Pasha de Cartier Automatic Moon-Phase 41mm 18-Karat Rose Gold and Alligator Watch, Ref. No. WGPA0026
£17,296
CARTIER
Pasha de Cartier Automatic 41mm Stainless Steel and Alligator Watch, Ref. No. WSPA0030
£7,566
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Santos de Cartier Automatic 39.8mm Stainless Steel and PVD-Coated Watch, Ref. No. CRWSSA0047
£6,220
CARTIER
Ballon Bleu de Cartier Automatic 40mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. WSBB0060
£4,777
CARTIER
Ballon Bleu de Cartier Automatic 40mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. WSBB0061
£4,777
CARTIER
Ballon Bleu de Cartier Automatic 40mm 18-Karat Pink Gold Watch, Ref. No. WGBB0039
£22,557
CARTIER
Ballon Bleu De Cartier Automatic 42mm 18-Karat Rose Gold and Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. W2BB0034
£8,511
CARTIER
Ballon Bleu de Cartier Automatic 42mm Stainless Steel and 18-Karat Gold Watch, Ref. No. CRW2BB0022
£7,639
CARTIER
Ballon Bleu de Cartier Automatic 42mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. CRW69012Z4
£4,948
CARTIER
Santos Automatic 39.8mm 18-Karat Gold Interchangeable Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. W2SA0006
£8,019
CARTIER
Ballon Bleu de Cartier Automatic 40mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. WSBB0040
£4,777
CARTIER
Tank Louis Hand-Wound 33.7mm 18-Karat Pink Gold and Alligator Watch, Ref. No. WGTA0058
£9,440
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The History

The jeweller to kings and the king of jewellers, Cartier’s story began in 1847 when Mr Louis-François Cartier rented a modest jewellery store near the oyster market in Paris. He was just 28, but within three decades his business was an empire, built by his sons Pierre, Louis and Jacques, in London, Paris and New York. Their Swiss-made watches are both timeless jewellery and Art Deco icons, with a penchant for novel case shapes and inspirations – from tortoises and baths to armoured vehicles.

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Tracks Of My Years

In 1917, just 90 miles from the carnage of the Western Front, the hushed Parisian ateliers of Cartier were working on a wristwatch that would become the benchmark not only for ‘shaped’ watches, but dress watches as a whole. Louis Cartier had seen pictures of the first British Army tanks rumbling across the scorched earth of Flanders, and the footprint of their caterpillar tracks inspired the Tank’s principal feature, its lateral “brancards”, or “stretcher handles”.

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