Santos-Dumont watch, large model, high autonomy quartz movement (~ 6 years). Steel case, 18K rose gold bezel, steel beaded crown set with a blue synthetic cabochon-shaped spinel, satin-brushed silver dial with sunray effect, Roman numerals, blued-steel sword-shaped hands, sapphire crystal. Strap in black alligator leather, with steel ardillon buckle. Case dimensions: 43.5 mm x 31.4 mm, thickness: 7.3 mm. Water-resistant up to 3 bar (approx. 30 meters/100 feet).
1904. Louis Cartier granted the wish of the famous Brazilian aviator Alberto Santos Dumont: to be able to tell the time while flying. The birth of one of the first ever wristwatches sealed the bonds of friendship between these two pioneers. The rounded angles of the dial, seamless curve of the horns, and the exposed screws made for an iconic watch that would inspire countless reinterpretations.
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CARTIER: LEADING THE WAY IN CREATIVE WATCHMAKING
CARTIER WATCHES FOR MEN & LADIES
Known as a French maison, meaning house, Cartier was established in 1847 Paris by a man named Louis-Francois. It was his three grandsons who travelled the world looking for global inspiration, opening boutiques in London, New York and then beyond. Renowned for the jewels that echo through history - worn by the most glamorous of stars and royalty - it is easy to forget that Cartier is a pioneer in watchmaking. Responsible for the world's first modern wristwatch in 1904, the Santos, driven by advances in aviation and the Brazilian pilot Alberto Santos-Dumont, Cartier had also developed its own in-house watch movement by this time. Since then it has led the way in creative watchmaking - making iconic shapes its signature.