In a universe traditionally dominated by round pieces, Cartier watches stand out thanks to their shape: square, rectangle or even elongated oval. Since the Santos de Cartier watch in 1904 and the Tank watch in 1917, the Maison uses watchmaking to play with geometry and the idea that less is more. The Cloche de Carter is a rare watch. This creation, which seems to have been designed to please those dandies frequenting Café Society or racing circles, evolves over time, with two specific stand-out aesthetics: the orientation axis of the case, the rounded part is either placed upwards or to the right. The recent models come with a wrist strap, with another unique feature – the 12 facing the hand, and a “desk clock” modularity, if the watch is placed flat and vertically.
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