The timeless theme cheetah made by Cartier, dreamily walks on the decorative dial day and night. The day and night complication movement is also derived from Cartier’s long tradition of complication watches.
The elaborate sky changes during starry nights and sunny days, as if creating a jewel fantasy, making the flow of time complete and accessible.
The cheetah, who has become the epic protagonist of watches and clocks, has experienced adventures year after year, sometimes turned into a hollow decoration, sometimes a movement oscillating weight, and in the latest launch of the Rêves de Panthères cheetah decoration watch, a very creative interpretation Scene.
Cheetahs full of femininity, for the first time appear in groups on the beautiful dial. The lifelike image, elegant and charming posture, and the gems that complement each other are all perfectly presented in this latest Cartier fine watchmaking series movement.
Driven by the 9916MC self-winding mechanical movement, the sun and moon on the dial indicate the time, while the three cheetahs watch the wonderful changes of time and space.
This diamond-paved watch with a day and night theme is an ode to the image of Cartier’s classic cheetah. The cheetah, dressed in black lacquered spots, presents this aesthetic image with a long-lasting vitality in a charismatic form.
Rêvesde Panthères cheetah decorative watch
Case: 18K rhodium-plated white gold case, 42 mm diameter, set with brilliant-cut diamonds
Crown: bead-shaped crown set with a brilliant-cut diamond
Hands: Sword-shaped blue steel hands
Dial: 18K rhodium-plated white gold dial set with brilliant-cut round diamonds
Strap: dark blue alligator strap
Buckle: 18K rhodium-plated white gold folding clasp set with brilliant-cut diamonds
Case back: sapphire crystal case back
Case thickness: 11.75 mm
Water resistance: 3 bar (~ 30 meters)
Cartier 9916MC workshop refined automatic mechanical movement
Day and night display complication
Consists of 240 parts including 36 ruby bearings
Movement thickness: 8.29 mm
Balance frequency: 28,800 times per hour
Power reserve: about 48 hours
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