Cartier 2023 novelties
This year, Cartier’s new watch collections redesign some icons of the Brand.
For Cartier time is cyclical, rather than linear as it is conventionally portrayed. It is an endless process of transformation and reinvention, a continuous movement that leads us into the future. This is how our watches make their mark in the present, but also in a perpetually evolving future.
Ever year a rare watch enters the Cartier Privé collection, that today reveals its seventh creation: the Tank Normale.
Created in 1917, the Tank represents a Brand’s milestone. This year, Cartier has dreamt up an hour/minute version that borrows the proportions and bevelled sapphire crystal of the original.
Launched in 1989, the Tank Américaine, is characterized by a curved case, it was also the first to introduce adjustable strap adapted to the famous folding buckle, for which Cartier filed a patent in 1910.
The 2023 version, highlight the original shape and equipped it with the new 1899 MC movement especially designed for slimmer cases.
La Panthère de Cartier
Cartier’s iconic panther fiercely magnetises the company’s latest jewellery watch. A masterpiece that owes its elegance to the vitality of jewellery-making expertise, hand finishing, lacquered and polished spots, and setting
Clash [Un]limited represents a bond of mechanism and beauty that combines finesse with power. Geometry is embedded in the Brand’s culture and design since ever: beads, picot studs, clou carrés and mobility, are the stylistic codes that characterized this collection.
Since its creation in 1912, the Baignoire watch has seen multiple incarnations. This year Cartier explores the oval of the dial, the watch’s hallmark, and transposes it into a bezel to be slipped as close to the wrist as possible. The result is a hybrid, precious object: a watch that is also a piece of jewellery.