Cartier's collection of High Jewellery watches has evolved from a heritage of shapes, expertise and an insatiable curiosity for beauty.
It is a multifaceted world that plays host notably to a collection of miniature watches, today a Cartier signature, continuing a creative vein that began in the 1920s. Following this, the panther and all the precious motifs have been miniaturised. This change of scale for high jewellery craftsmanship represents a true achievement and is distinguished by delicate execution.
These are extremely feminine creations, driven by the world’s smallest manual mechanical movements in a feat of watchmaking unparalleled since its inception.
By uniting High Jewellery and Watchmaking, Cartier strikes a balance between its two founding crafts in a consummate stylistic exercise. On the one hand, the flamboyant stones and expert workshops, and on the other, Watchmaking and its exacting standards. These two worlds are governed by the same laws of excellence and the same powerful style found midway between the figurative and the abstract. Cartier embellishes its precious watches with the most beautiful stones to form enchanting combinations of materials and colours.