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Legendary models, timeless style: there’s just something about a Cartier watch that sets it apart. Cartier was the first brand to popularise the mechanical wristwatch - and the first to successfully break away from the round face with the Tank family of luxury watches. Inspired by the Renault tanks Louis Cartier saw on the front lines in WWI, these iconic pieces sport a rectangular dial, and are still worn by the richest and most famous people in the world.

Cartier Watches for Sale

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Panthere De Cartier

BOX: YES / PAPERS: YES
YEAR: 2018
OW502114
£15,295
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Cartier Drive de Cartier

BOX: YES / PAPERS: YES
YEAR:
OW501200
£4,595
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Drive de Cartier

BOX: YES / PAPERS: YES
YEAR:
OW501199
£4,595
Cartier

Tank Solo Quartz

BOX: YES / PAPERS: YES
YEAR:
OW501198
£1,995
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Santos 100

BOX: YES / PAPERS: YES
YEAR:
OW501197
£5,095

The brand might not be responsible for important horological innovations, but it does something few luxury watch makers can emulate. Cartier sets trends, and where its timepieces go, others are bound to follow.

From the outset, Cartier’s luxury watches were created to be different. In 1888, the world’s first bracelet watch for ladies left the manufactory. In 1904, the now-legendary Cartier Santos wristwatch was made for Alberto Santos-Dumont, a flying ace who wanted an alternative to unreliable, hard-to-use pocket watches.

Cartier’s first wristwatches were style sensations: but inside the delicately-crafted cases, a revolution was fermenting. These were not just jewellery items. Cartier wanted its luxury watches to be as desirable for their movements as for their high design.

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