BALLON BLANC DE CARTIER
Ballon Blanc de Cartier watch, 30 mm, quartz movement. Steel case with one diamond at 4 o’clock and set with 44 brilliant-cut diamonds, totaling 0.66 carat. Silver dial with sunray-effect. Sword-shaped hands. Sapphire crystal. Calfskin strap, steel ardillon buckle. Case thickness: 8.40 mm. Water-resistant up to 3 bar (approx. 30 meters/100 feet).
BALLON BLANC DE CARTIER
Floating like a balloon and as blue as the cabochon safely nestled in its side, the Ballon Bleu watch by Cartier adds a dash of elegance to male and female wrists alike. Roman numerals are guided on their path by a deep blue winding mechanism. The convex curves of the case, guilloché dial, sword-shaped hands, and polished or satin-finish links of the bracelet ensure that the Ballon Bleu watch by Cartier floats within the world of Cartier watchmaking.
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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.