For a party that never ends

Since the end of the 19th century, Cartier has created a unique watch creation of incomparable elegance. Cartier combines traditional craftsmanship with elegance, quality and know-how in the watch manufacture.

The brand is a pioneer in watchmaking, developed the first wristwatch and renewed the dial design at the beginning of the 20th century. The striking square shape and the characteristic slotted screws are still features of the Maison Cartier.

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Pasha de Cartier

True to its first iteration in 1985, the new Pasha de Cartier is amplified by originality and uniquely powerful, bringing together elements that go beyond classic watchmaking. It’s more than meets the eye.

Ballon Bleu de Cartier

With its sculptural case and polished bracelet, the Ballon Bleu defies gravity with its ethereal charm. The blue bubble of the winding crown disrupts the Maison codes, while Roman numerals and bold sword-shaped add to its limitless elegance.

Santos de Cartier

An icon of the Maison Cartier. Louis Cartier developed the now legendary Santos de Cartier in the year 1904 for his friend Alberto Santos Dumont. The wish of the famous Brazilian pilot was to be able to read the time in flight. This is how the now indispensable wrist watch originated.

Panthère de Cartier

A watch that doubles as a piece of jewelry, Panthère de Cartier is one of the most distinctive Cartier designs. Adorned in gold, diamonds, and exquisite gemstones, it is a staple for a woman who never goes unnoticed. Magnetic, wild, feline, and free.

Tank Solo

The Tank watch was created by Louis Cartier, who designed it after the tanks of WWI battlefields. Defined by flat vertical brancards and a sapphire cabochon, this symbol of understated elegance has since captivated the world’s most astute minds.

The face of Cartier

The famous Maison Cartier was founded in the year 1847, by Louis-Francois Cartier in Paris. Since the end of the 19th century, their watchmaking factory in La Chaux-de-Fonds has been the source of timepieces that excel in quality and design with precise movements and timelessly beautiful enclosures.

In the middle of the 20th century, Cartier experienced a crisis. After the death of Pierre Cartier, the company was bought by investors.

Cartier used to be known mainly for watches with quartz movements, but nowadays the manufactory can also look at an impressive variety of mechanical calibers that are increasingly used in their own models.