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"I don’t wear a [Cartier] Tank watch to tell the time. In fact, I never wind it. I wear a Tank because it’s the watch to wear." - Andy Warhol.

Louis CARTIER (1875–1942) was a famous French watchmaker and businessman known worldwide for elegant and extravagant watch designs. He was passionate about mechanical pocket watches and had the goal of creating his own line of timepieces. Although Patek Phillipe created the first wristwatch in 1868, Louis Cartier is responsible for helping to popularize it over the traditional pocket watch.

In 1904, his Brazilian friend Alberto Santos-Dumont, an early aviation pioneer, asked Louis Cartier to design a watch that could be used during his flights, since pocket watches were not suitable. Louis Cartier created for him the Santos wristwatch, which was also the first wristwatch made for men. Santos first went on sale in 1911, the date of Cartier's first production of wristwatches. In Rue de la Paix he designed timepieces with the help of Edmond Jaeger who agreed to supply Cartier's watch line with movements.

The most important steps in Cartier's family business were made over several generations by the goldsmith Louis François Cartier, his son Alfred Cartier, and his three grandsons, Pierre, Jacque and Louis François. While his father Alfred managed the production of jewelry, Louis François and his two brothers, Pierre and Jacques, were the ones to help the family business expand. They eventually turned the Cartier brand into the most well-known name in the world of jewelry and watchmaking. In 1899 the Cartier family moved their Paris store to the elegant Rue de la Paix; later stores in London (1902), Moscow (1908) and New York (1909) followed.

In 1912 Cartier introduced two models still in production today, the Baignoire and Tortue; 1917 saw the debut of the Tank. It was also during this period that Cartier began adding reference numbers to the watches it sold, usually by stamping a four-digit code on the underside of a lug. In fact, many collectors refuse to accept a Cartier as an original unless these numbers are present.

Louis Cartier died in 1942. In 1945 his brother Pierre took over the family business and became the president of Cartier International. Later Cartier International turned into a huge multinational organization. In 1972 its president, Robert Hocq, took over the branches of Cartier in London and New York, and re-established the prestige of Cartier. Today Cartier watches contain the movements of such famous Swiss watchmaking companies as Vacheron Constantin, Audemars Piguet, Movado and Le Coultre.

Throughout its history the company designed models such as Tonneau in 1906, Tortue in 1912 and Tank in 1910. After the death of Louis François and changes in the management of the company, Cartier went on to produce Baignoire and Pan.

CERTINA Kurth Frères SA is a Swiss luxury watchmaker company founded in Grenchen, 1888, by Adolf and Alfred Kurth, and currently an affiliate company of the Swatch Group.

Certina Kurth Frères SA was founded in 1888 when Adolf and Alfred Kurth opened in Grenchen their first movement and supplies factory for the watchmaking industry. At the start Certina's staff consisted of three employees working in a workshop that was connected to the family home. Certina did not begin producing complete watches and timepieces for a few years which they then did alongside their work producing movements for other companies. By 1938 the company had expanded and 250 employees celebrated the 50th anniversary of the company. At that time Certina were already known as pioneers. Certina continued to expand and by 1955 the company had 500 employees working between the factory and offices, producing 1,000 timepieces every day. Certina worked up a new business plan that expanded its operations and was at the time considered the most modern and best equipped watchmakers in the world. By 1972 Certina employed 900 people and produced 600,000 watches every year. The company was ranked first in most major jewellery watch fairs, and they obtained both the "International Diamonds Awards" and the "Golden Rose" award. By this time Certina was producing 375,000 watch components per day and used 53,000 rubies. 1983 Certina became a member of the SMH Group (Swatch).

CITIZEN Holdings Co., Ltd. is the core company of a Japanese global corporate group based in Tokyo, Japan. The company was originally founded as Shokosha Watch Research Institute in 1918 and is currently known as the manufacturer of Cincom precision lathe machine tools as well as Citizen watches. The trade name originated from a pocket watch Citizen sold in 1924. It is one of the world's largest producers of watches.

Eco-Drive watches use a battery recharged by a solar panel hidden under the watch face. In the rare and discontinued Eco-Drive Duo series, the solar power was supplemented by an automatic quartz power source. There was also an Eco-Drive Thermo model that exploited temperature differentials between the wearer's skin temperature and ambient temperature to recharge the battery. However, the only Eco-Drive system currently described on the Citizen Watch official web site is the one depending solely on light to recharge. Features similar to the Eco-Drive have been developed by other manufacturers like Casio or Junghans. All Citizen Eco-Drive models are made in Japan but may also be assembled in China.

The Skyhawk A-T line of watches features Radio Controlled Timekeeping. The watches can synchronize with radio clocks in Japan, North America, and Europe and will automatically select the correct frequency for doing so based upon location of home time zone. The watch actually tracks two time zones—home and world—but synchronizes to the 'home' zone. When traveling, the user may swap the 'home' and 'world' zones—thereby enabling proper time signal reception on a different continent while retaining the other time. The day, date, and Daylight Saving Time settings are also set automatically when the watch is synchronized. These features are comparable to the synchronization with atomic clocks found in Casio Wave Ceptor watches. The Perpetual Chrono A-T is another of Citizen's radio controlled watches. The watch syncs with the atomic clocks in Colorado or Germany depending on signal strength and location. It also incorporates the eco-drive technology which means it will never require a battery.

Citizen also manufactures watches for collectors. For example, a watch bearing the colors and logo of the Blue Angels. This watch is part of the Skyhawk A-T line, which utilizes Eco-Drive as its primary power source and features Atomic Timekeeping. The bezel of the watch includes a slide rule useful for calculating time, distance, speed, conversions, and other computations useful for pilots. The Blue Angels use blue and gold as their trademark colors and the watch bears this colour scheme. In the UK, a version of the same watch bears the colours and logo of the Red Arrows, the Royal Air Force's world-famous acrobatic display team.

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  • Cabestan Winch Tourbillon Vertical - Pink Gold.
  • CABESTAN WATCHES - founded in 2003. "The Future of Tradition. The brand that adds a breath of 21st century air to a 450-year old concept."
  • CACHEUX HAUTE-HORLOGERIE - all collections.
    • ELEPHANT TOURBILLON - "Massive, impressive, gigantic, are superlative degrees which suit perfectly to this new watch, as to well as an elephant! Furthermore, the bracelet coming to advance above the case as two horns to protect the timepiece, that's why, quite naturally that its name of baptism was this one!"
  • CAL ALEXANDER - by Prodori.
  • Calibre - Sport Watches.
  • CK Calvin Klein CK DART Watch.
  • CALVIN KLEIN - men's.
  • CALVIN KLEIN - women's.
  • CAMEL ACTIVE - by Mondaine Watches.
  • CANDINO - "Swiss Watch." Behind a great brand there is always a large group, and behind Candino is the Festina Group. A group that comprises five brands of watches: Festina, Lotus, Jaguar, Candino and Calypso, and two brands of jewellery: Lotus Style and Lotus Silver.
  • CARBON14 - "A watch for every occasion."
  • Carl F. Bucherer Manero watch.
  • CARL F. BUCHERER - Lucerne 1888. "Embracing our heritage and paying tribute to the fine art of precision watchmaking through a limited-edition collection. Discover for yourself the exquisite craftsmanship and exceptional design of timepieces that marry two of our lasting values, tradition with excellence, in a compelling collection."
  • CARL F. BUCHERER - Wikipedia.
    • ADAMAVI - "Carl F. Bucherer benefits from being an independent watch brand. Providing continuity to the high quality brand is based on a valuable store of experience in the field of mechanical watchmaking and the art of jewelry."
    • Heritage - "The launch of this collection of limited timepieces marks one of many highlights in the company’s anniversary year and pays tribute to the rich tradition of the Swiss watch manufacturer from Lucerne."
    • MANERO - "The Manero is virtuoso watchmaking craftsmanship in its most authentic form, a timeless classic of discrete yet powerful elegance."
    • Pathos - "The Pathos is radiant in a garland of faceted steel that reflects the light in atmospheric glints and gleams."
    • PATRAVI - "Traditional watchmaking artistry, the highest technical and innovative standards, striking design - all combined in one watch, the Patravi from Carl F. Bucherer."
  • CARLO FERRARA - "Carlo Ferrara is a luxury Italian watch brand, known for its Regulatore collection timepieces which feature hour and minute hands on independent vertical elliptical tracks, giving the watches a unique time display. A blend of Italian design with Swiss manufacturing."
  • Carrera y Carrera - at ebay.
  • Carter Marsh & Co - "Fine Clocks and Watches." Our business has been dealing in antique clocks and watches from 32A The Square since 1947. Together we have unparalleled experience in the field, with particular emphasis on the finest English clockmakers. This heritage has helped the company to handle some of the world’s most iconic horological pieces, and this continues today.
  • Cartier Pasha Seatimer Lady Watch, Pasha de Cartier Collection.
  • CARTIER - "Jeweler and Watchmaker since 1847." All Watch Collections: From the timeless Santos to the ethereal Ballon Bleu to the exquisite Maillon, Cartier has created a plethora of original fine watches over the years. Discover the exceptional timepieces that stand for elegance, beauty, and precision.
  • CARTIER - "All Men's Watches." From the iconic Tank to the elegant Drive to the masterful Rotonde, Cartier has created a plethora of original fine watches for men over the years. Discover the exceptional timepieces that stand for strong temperament, aesthetics, and precision.
  • CARTIER - "Women's Watches." From the timeless Santos to the ethereal Ballon Bleu to the exquisite Maillon, Cartier has created a plethora of original fine watches for women over the years. Discover the exceptional timepieces that stand for elegance, beauty, and precision.
  • 177-year history behind Cartier, the iconic jewelry brand that's a favorite of the royals & worth $12 billion - "Cartier is one of the most famous jewelry houses in the world. A Cartier watch can cost up to $300,000. Here's how the brand began in 19th-century France and made its way worldwide."
  • 2022 Pasha de Cartier Skeleton ADLC watch - "The Pasha de Cartier collection has a wonderful background story involving the fabulously wealthy Pasha El Glaoui of Marrakech and his request to Louis Cartier to produce a gold waterproof watch with enough panache to accompany him on any of his countless social appointments."
  • 2023 Cartier Tank FranÇaise - "The New Cartier Tank Française, Sleeker And More Modern (Live Pics & Price). A modernised, sportier version of the Tank on bracelet is in for 2023."
  • A Cartier Watch Does Everything A Rolex Does - "And maybe even does it better..."
  • A Collector's Guide: The Cartier Crash - "As the Crash becomes one of the most collectible watches on the planet today, we dissect its historical significance, explore its myriad iterations and chart its price performance over time."
  • A Collector's Guide To Vintage 1970s Cartier Watches - "An introduction to 1970s Cartier, when the Paris house moved its watchmaking to Switzerland, starting with an in-depth look at the Tank Louis."
  • Andy Warhol: The Unlikely Watch Collector - "It is not surprising Andy was often photographed wearing a watch - most famously his Cartier Tank Louis. However, it was a total surprise when his secret collection of some 300 watches (hidden from public knowledge in dresser drawers) was sold by Sotheby’s during a 10-day auction of the Warhol estate in 1988."
  • Can The One Who Invented The “Roman IIII” (the “watchmaker’s four”) Numeral Please Stand Up? - "Some more and less plausible explanations for its existence."
  • Cartier Cheich Heads To Sotheby's Paris In September - "One of only four examples made and the only one presented as prize for the Cartier Challenge."
  • Cartier Collection: Complications - "Movements with complications that offer additional information, apart from the time, are considered the peak of the watchmaker's art. Watches with these sophisticated mechanisms chime the hours, show the date, wake you up, measure an event... From 1910, Cartier's example encouraged the most prestigious manufacturers of movements to offer their clients highly technical watches in exceptionally elegant designs."
  • Cartier Paris, 1945-1947. Cufflinks with compas and watch.
  • Cartier Collection: Cufflinks - cufflinks with compas and watch.
  • Cartier Collection: Jewellery watches - "Whatever the watch, appearance takes precedence. Cartier firmly remains a jeweller, and almost every watch it invents includes a highly precious jewellery version. Many women’s models are principally conceived to be decorative: it is a bracelet with a watch rather than a watch with a bracelet."
  • CARTIER Collection: Santos - "In 1904, the Brazilian pilot Alberto Santos-Dumont complained to his friend Louis Cartier that while he was flying with both hands on the controls, it was impossible to read the time on his pocket watch. Soon afterwards, Cartier sent him a prototype of a wristwatch. It was sold from 1911 as the Santos. It was the first watch with bracelet attachment lugs integrated into the case. These integrated lugs made it the first modern wristwatch for men.
  • CARTIER Collection: Shaped Watches - "Louis Cartier was the first to set the design codes of modern watchmaking from the perspective of a jeweller. A pioneer of his time, he believed the beauty of a watch was not just a matter of its decoration. The size, shape and proportions, the look of the metal, and the harmony between bracelet and case were just as important. He soon became interested in "Special-Shaped watches" – those with a case that broke away from the traditional round design. "Tonneau" (barrel) shaped watches in 1906, square cases from 1908, and "tortue" (turtle) shapes in 1912 were the first examples of very beautiful watchmaking created by an innovative jeweller."
  • CARTIER Collection: Tank - designed by Louis Cartier in 1917. "He had seen press pictures of the first Army tanks. Their metal tracks inspired the watch's principal feature: its lateral brancards, or the vertical sides. This time, with a perfect simplicity that Cartier liked, the lugs and case formed a straight line."
  • Cartier PanthÈre: the relaunch of a Eighties icon - The Telegraph.
  • Cartier Pasha is back - "Cartier Relaunches The Pasha, A 1980s Cult Favorite, And Introduces The Maillon De Cartier."
  • Cartier Pebble-Shaped “Baseball” Watch Is Back - "Cartier brings back one of its most original design, which originated in London. The 2022 Cartier Pebble-Shaped Watch (reference CRWGPB0003) will be available as of November 2022, in a limited production of 150 pieces. The price will be EUR 40,000."
  • Cartier Santos-Dumont 2022 with Lacquered Cases Are In For The Win - Hands-On Review - "The iconic square wristwatch made for the Brazilian aviation pioneer returns with sleek and stylish lacquered bezels."
  • Cartier Santos-Dumont Micro-Rotor Skeleton - "The most modern Santos-Dumont yet, complete with a tiny plane ready for take off."
  • Cartier Tank FranÇaise: directed by Guy Ritchie - "The Tank Française watch is surrounded by an international cast of strong personalities: Rami Malek, one of the most singular actors of his generation, and Catherine Deneuve, the French legend of cinema and style."
  • Cartier PrivÉ Tank Normale Review 2023 - "With multiple treatments to chose from, Louis Cartier's iconic watch finally joins the Privé collection. And check out those bracelets!"
  • Cartier's Baignoire Watch Is Having a Moment - "The New Sold-Out Watch That Isn’t Really New. An early version of the Cartier Baignoire was introduced in 1912. But this summer, as one editor said, ‘It’s the talk of the town.’" The New York Times.
  • Celebrity-Favorite Cartier Crash Watch Sells For $1.5 Million, Nearly Doubling Previous Auction Record - "A Cartier Crash from the first release of the model sold for $1.65 million at auction Thursday, nearly double the previous auction record for the rare and recognizable watch that has surged in popularity in recent years."
  • Coussin De Cartier Takes The Brand’s Legacy Of Shaped Watches To The Next Level - "Cartier's shaped watches generally take their names from tangible objects or living things."
  • From War Time To Watch Time: The Tank Behind The Cartier Tank - "How the first modern tank inspired the last word in elegance."
  • George Santos’ Cartier Santos Watch Is Worth $7,800 - Unless It’s A Fake - "International man of mystery George Santos reported for his first day in Congress wearing what appears to be a Cartier Santos, which retails for $7,800. At least, that’s what the real ones cost. Knockoffs go for just $150. An expert in luxury watches, who independently identified the timepiece for Forbes, cautioned that it is impossible to be sure of the type of watch—let alone its authenticity—from the available photos. Santos did not respond to emails, and calls to his office went straight to voice mail, which could not accept new messages."
  • history behind the Cartier watch Princess Diana always wore - "The Cartier Tank has maintained its prime position as the last word in elegant, iconic timepieces through each of its iterations and every era."
  • How Cartier has maintained its timeless appeal for nearly two centuries - "Pierre Rainero of Cartier International gives us an insight into the appeal of the luxury maison's timepieces."
  • How the Cartier Crash Became The Most Important Vintage Watch of 2021 - "A new world-record auction price for the Crash is just the latest chapter in the history of this surreal Cartier."
  • Jacqueline Kennedy’s Cartier watch goes up for sale - The Telegraph.
  • LOUIS CARTIER - Wikipedia
  • Meghan Markle wears Princess Diana's £17,800 Cartier watch & a £5,000 Cartier bangle - "Meghan Markle dazzled in an array of luxury jewellery when in Dusseldorf today. The Duchess of Sussex, 41, added a touch of glitz to her ensemble with her late mother-in-law Princess Diana's £17,800 gold Cartier Tank watch."
  • Spot the ‘superfake’: Fashion brands want you to be able to identify counterfeits - "To become a 'master' authenticator at Fashionphile - the highest level of training to weed out designer fakes at the luxe online marketplace - takes more than 8,000 hours of rigorous schooling, according to the company. Trainees learn to quickly spot an error in the date format inside a Louis Vuitton bag, for example, or know the correct metal alloy makeup of a Cartier watch."
  • The incredible stories behind Cartier’s most iconic watches - "From the Tank to the Ballon Bleu, Cartier has shaped the history of watchmaking. Here’s a look at the origin stories, celebrity fans and movie credits behind four of the house’s iconic timepieces."
  • Why Does Everyone Suddenly Want A Cartier Pebble watch? - "Understanding the hype surrounding Cartier's latest hit."
  • Why is the Cartier Tank watch so famous & is it a good investment? - "Ralph Lauren, Princess Diana, Yves Saint Laurent and Catherine Deneuve all owned one for a reason."
  • Why this surreal 'dripping' watch has become a cult celebrity favorite - "Prized by collectors and sought after by stars from Jay-Z to Kim Kardashian West, the Cartier Crash has become one of the luxury market's most unlikely hot-ticket watches. Straight out of the swinging '60s, its dripping shape looks more like one of Salvador Dalí's Surrealist melting clocks than a celebrity timepiece. The Crash also has an origin story - albeit an apocryphal one - that's as unusual as its warped, asymmetric case."
  • Baignoire de Cartier watch, small model, quartz movement. 18K yellow gold: US$11,500.
  • Baignoire COLLECTION - "In 1958 the Ovale cintré watch first appeared, baptised in 1973 with the name of Baignoire. The elegance of its lines makes it a signature watch, chosen for the timelessness of its French chic."
  • Cartier's Baignoire Watch Is Having a Moment - "The New Sold-Out Watch That Isn’t Really New. An early version of the Cartier Baignoire was introduced in 1912. But this summer, as one editor said, ‘It’s the talk of the town.’" The New York Times.
  • Ballon Bleu de Cartier.
  • BALLON BLEU COLLECTION - "With its sculptural case and polished bracelet, the Ballon Bleu defies gravity with its ethereal charm. The blue bubble of the winding crown disrupts the Maison codes, while Roman numerals and bold sword-shaped hands add to its limitless elegance."
  • Tortue Watch, Cartier d'Art Collection.
  • Cartier d'Art COLLECTION
  • Tank Folle Watch, Cartier Libre Collection.
  • Cartier Libre COLLECTION - "The 'Cartier Libre' collection combines femininity with a glittering sense of extravagance as it elegantly plays with the Maison's signature forms."
  • La Panthère de Cartier watch: US$47,200.
  • High Jewelry Watches COLLECTION - "They link the two founding crafts of the Maison, jewelry and watchmaking, with constantly renewed creativity. We will be pleased to welcome you in our selected boutiques for personal advice or any queries on High Jewellery creations."
  • Pasha Tourbillon Chronograph Watch, Pasha de Cartier Collection.
  • Pasha de Cartier men's COLLECTION - "The power of the Pasha de Cartier, a cult watch since 1985, caught the eye of the generations’ opinion leaders. Initially adopted by men, then immediately appropriated by women for the power it exudes. A standout watch that loves light, assumes its excesses and asserts its strength of character."
  • Pasha Seatimer Lady Watch, Pasha de Cartier Collection.
  • Pasha Seatimer Lady watch - "True to its first iteration in 1985, the new Pasha de Cartier is amplified by originality and uniquely powerful, bringing together elements that go beyond classic watchmaking. It’s more than meets the eye."
  • Cartier Pebble-Shaped watch: US$47,500.
  • Pebble-Shaped watch - "Cartier brings back one of its most original design, which originated in London. Presented in 1972, this highly unusual Cartier Pebble-Shaped Watch or Baseball is rare... to say the least. Cartier is often considered the master of shaped watches. Squared, oval, bell-shaped, asymetrical, cushion-shaped, barrel-shaped and many more... It’s an endless story, with the only limit being the capacity to be worn on the wrist. Some of the most emblematic and original designs of Cartier didn’t come from Paris’ HQ but from its London-based branch. The wildest ideas were brought to life, from the Crash in 1967 to the Maxi Oval in 1969 and the Double Strap in 1970. There is another design that we haven’t seen resurrected yet... until today, with the comeback of the so-called Baseball or the Cartier Pebble-Shaped Watch."
  • Cartier Secret Watch, Precious Creations Collection.
  • Precious Creations COLLECTION - "This collection, a balance between measure and excess, cannot be categorised."
  • Cartier Privé Tank Normale.
  • PrivÉ Tank Normale - "Each year, a rare watch joins Cartier Privé, the collectors’ collection that celebrates and explores the Maison’s mythical models through limited edition and numbered watches. Today, Cartier Privé reveals its 7th opus: the Tank Normale. A watch of aesthetes, whose codes remain unchanged throughout the collections. Blued hands, a winding crown cabochon and, on the simple Tank Normale, the railroad track and secret signature. The iconic Tank Normale watch incorporates a 24-hour complication indicated by a fully skeletonized sun and crescent moon. It joins the Maison's collection of skeleton watches that are emblematic of Cartier watchmaking. "
  • Cartier PrivÉ Tank Normale Review 2023 - "With multiple treatments to chose from, Louis Cartier's iconic watch finally joins the Privé collection. And check out those bracelets!"
  • Ronde Louis Cartier Watch, Ronde Louis Cartier Collection.
  • RONDE LOUIS CARTIER COLLECTION - "Incorporating Roman numerals, blue apple-shaped hands, a sophisticated winding mechanism crowned with a sapphire and a rail-track minute circle: Ronde Louis Cartier luxury watches for men and women are classic timepieces designed by French watchmaker Cartier. Their high quality watch strap may be paired with a choice of..."
  • Rotonde de Cartier Watch.
  • Rotonde de Cartier COLLECTION - "Stemming from the days of Louis Cartier, the Ronde de Cartier is defined by Roman numerals, blue sword-shaped hands, and a sapphire cabochon. Its winding mechanism, crowned with a rail-track minute circle, makes it a true staple of timeless elegance."
  • Santos de Cartier Galbée watch, large model.
  • Santos de Cartier Collection - "The Santos watch was conceived by Louis Cartier in 1904 to help aviators tell time mid-flight. Since then, this pioneering wristwatch has become an icon, defined by its geometric dial, harmoniously curved horns and signature exposed screws."
  • Santos-Dumont Micro-Rotor Skeleton - "The most modern Santos-Dumont yet, complete with a tiny plane ready for take off."
  • Tank Louis Cartier Extra-Flat Watch, Tank Collection.
  • Tank Collection - "The Tank watch was created by Louis Cartier, who designed it after the tanks of WWI battlefields. Defined by flat vertical brancards and a sapphire cabochon, this symbol of understated elegance has since captivated the world's most astute minds."
  • Cartier Tank Cintrée Limited Edition In Platinum.
  • Tank Cintrée watches - "The 1921 original measured 44.7mm in length and sat at 6.7mm in height, while the width of both the original and this anniversary piece come in at 23mm. The dimensions of this anniversary Cintrée are an exact match of the Tank Cintrée released in 2005."
  • A New Cartier Tank CintrÉe Limited Edition In Platinum - "Perfectly executed in platinum, a new Tank Cintrée is the latest of Cartier's heritage-inspired hits. In 2021, Cartier marked the 100th anniversary of the Tank Cintrée by releasing a gold limited edition. This year, Cartier has introduced a new limited Tank Cintrée that faithfully captures the model's lineage, but now in platinum."
  • Tank Française Watch, small model, quartz movement. Steel case set with 24 brilliant-cut diamonds: US$8,500.
  • Tank FranÇaise watch - "Tank Française watch, small model, quartz movement. Steel case set with 22 diamonds totaling 0.70 carats, steel faceted crown with a synthetic blue cabochon-shaped spinel. Silvered sunray dial, blued-steel sword-shaped hands, sapphire crystal. Steel bracelet. Case dimensions: 25.7 mm × 21.2 mm, thickness: 6.8 mm. Water-resistant up to 3 bar (approx. 30 meters/100 feet)."
  • 2023 Cartier Tank FranÇaise - "The New Cartier Tank Française, Sleeker And More Modern (Live Pics & Price). A modernised, sportier version of the Tank on bracelet is in for 2023."
  • CARUCCI - men's watch.
  • CARVEN - women's watches.
  • CASIO - founded in 1946. All collections.
  • CATAMARAN - since 1983.
  • CATOREX - since 1858. "The First Creator of Pocket and Pendant Watches in Switzerland."
  • CATTIN - since 1858. "Your Swiss Partner for Private Label Watches."
  • Cedric Bellon CB01 GMT - "Inspired by the CB01 - the first circularly produced tool watch - the CB01 GMT is the new chapter of the CB01 watches story with an 87.59% sustainability score. Production funded by Angels in July 2022."
  • CST-01: the thinnest watch in the world.
  • Central Standard Timing - CST-01: the thinnest watch in the world.
  • CERRUTI 1881
  • CERTINA - founded 1888.
  • CERTINA - Wikipedia.
  • CHAIKA WATCHES - since 1956.
  • J12 Editions Exclusives Calibre 3125.
  • CHANEL WATCHES - since 1987. "Discover CHANEL Watches collections, including the full assortment of colors, shapes, materials and specialty exceptional watches on the CHANEL website." Men's & women's.
  • Chanel Dresses Up The J12 With A High Complication & A High Jewelry Red Ruby Edition - "Chanel’s J12 Tourbillon Diamant and J12 X-Ray Red editions are evidence of the magic that can happen when a legendary haute couture brand reinterprets haute horlogerie - it’s the ideal mashup of hand finished Swiss watchmaking and high fashion sensibility. The Tourbillon Diamant contains a new movement, the Chanel caliber 5, the first flying tourbillon movement made in-house. The flying tourbillon has no upper bridge, so the rotating carriage can be admired without obstruction. This one has another special a touch: a solitaire diamond is set into the center of the carriage, where it rotates with the entire mechanism."
  • Chanel Haute Horlogerie Red Edition Collection Is Inspired By Coco Chanel’s Accent Color Of Choice - "Chanel has proclaimed 2022 the year of the ruby, and to celebrate, it’s launching a trio of limited edition watches, all of them set with rubies. The J12 X-Ray Red is lavished with 80 baguette cut rubies. The bezel and crown of the Boy-Friend Skeleton Red Edition is highlighted with rubies, and the crown of the sapphire-cased Boy-Friend Skeleton X-Ray Red Edition is likewise decorated, with the circular bridges of the movement colored red to match. Maison founder Coco Chanel famously loved black and white, and those colors have come to define the brand, but she also had a penchant for red accents, and is said to have declared, 'If you’re sad or heartbroken, make yourself up, dress up, add more lipstick and attack.'"
  • CHARLES OUDIN PARIS - since 1790.
  • Charlie Paris - "French Watchmaking Maison." Since 2014, we have been creating watches for you with a design that is both sober and remarkable, assembled in France with care and sold at the fair price. Men's & women's watches.
    • Charlie Paris Concordia GMT.
    • Charlie Paris Concordia GMT - "An iconic model of our house since adventurer Matthieu Tordeur's expedition to Antarctica, the Concordia GMT, with its dual time zones, stands out as a true 'toolwatch' intended for modern adventurers traveling around the world. Designed and assembled in France, equipped with the Swiss Soprod C125 caliber and water-resistant to 300m, the Concordia GMT asserts itself as our sportiest model while remaining marked by the modern elegance characteristic of the House."
  • CHARMEX OF SWITZERLAND - "The history of Montres Charmex Ltd goes as far back as 1926. This was the year when Max Bürgin started his apprenticeship in one of the leading watch factories near Basel, Switzerland. His exceptional talents soon caught the attention of the management - he was promoted and eventually made head of the technical department. What he really wanted though was to have his own watch business, pursuing the traditional art of manufacturing state-of-the-art timepieces. His dream finally came true and later on in 1989 his son Manfred Bürgin, today's President together with his wife Kathleen joined the by then prospering company. 1999 their son Frank M. Bürgin, today's CEO followed and thus continued the family's tradition. Manufacturing bespoke timepieces using but choice materials of the highest quality remains the credo of Montres Charmex Ltd to this very day."
    • CHARMEX OF SWITZERLAND JUBILE RESERVE DE MARCHE - "In 1926, Max Bürgin, the founder of Montres Charmex SA, started his apprenticeship as a watchmaker in Bubendorf, Switzerland. Today, Montres Charmex SA is still owned and run by the Bürgin family and to commemorate our 80 th Anniversary we have launched a new line of automatic models in 2006. The JUBILÉ 1926 - 2006 COLLECTION consists of five high-end mechanical timepieces, sporting the same state-of-the-art case but using different Swiss Made mechanical movements with several complications and manufactured to the highest standards of our industry. Of each model a limited edition of only 200 watches is manufactured."
  • CHATILA - since 1860.
  • Chaumet Class One.
  • CHAUMET - founded in 1780.
  • Chopard L.U.C.
  • CHOPARD - founded in 1860. "Exceptional timepieces stemming from meticulous workmanship."
  • CHOPARD - Wikipedia.
  • Chopard Unveils 2 New Mille Miglia Watches For The 40th Anniversary Of Iconic Car Rally - "The 2022 Mille Miglia has begun and Chopard is once again the sponsor, official timekeeper and participant in this historic antique car rally in Italy. This year the four-day rally will run till June 18. A total of 404 cars by 63 car manufacturers are participating in the 1,000-mile route that begins and ends in the historic city of Brescia in Lombardy."
    • ALPINE EAGLE - "Contemporary, streamlined, assertive, the new sport-chic Alpine Eagle timepiece collection is inspired by the Alps and the imperious strength of the majestic eagle."
    • CLASSIC - "Classic watches stand for Chopard's Swiss watchmaking tradition and its timeless, understated appeal."
    • CLASSIC RACING - "Chopard's Classic Racing watches build a bridge between automotive engineering and mechanical watchmaking, stemming from the passion of Karl-Friedrich Scheufele."
    • GRAND COMPLICATIONS - "Chopard has a strongly ingrained philosophy of independence and masters the full range of watch production operations. The Maison Grand Complications timepieces feature some of the greatest breakthroughs in watchmaking such as the tourbillon, the perpetual calendar or the equation of time."
    • HAPPY DIAMONDS - "Since 1976, Chopard has established a strong recognition and identity by revolutionising the watch industry with the Happy Diamonds line. For the first time, moving diamonds could be appreciated between two crystal sapphire glasses on the face of the watch."
    • HAPPY SPORT - "Launched in 1993, the happy sport model is the first watch to combine diamonds with a stainless steel case. It remains until today one of the most iconic models and most desirable in the industry."
    • ICE CUBE - "The juxtaposition of the cube and the curve make the Ice Cube timepiece unique and instantly recognisable. With its minimalist elegance, it adorns modern amazons who are fans of its graphic design and disrupt the established order."
    • L'HEURE DU DIAMANT - "L'Heure du Diamant unveils two pillars of Chopard's savoir-faire; watchmaking and gem-setting in one unique collection. An exceptional prong-setting paying tribute to the most precious stone in the world, the Diamond."
    • IMPERIALE - "Eminently feminine, the IMPERIALE collection dazzles with the richness and delicacy of its details. It pays tribute to modern-day empresses whose noble, majestic beauty is rivalled only by their conquering spirit. A tribute to modern achievers."
    • LA STRADA - "The generous curves of the La Strada collection capture the aura of muses from 1950s Italian cinema. Chopard pays tribute to these women, just as Federico Fellini's films did."
    • Chopard L.U.C XP Il Sarto Kiton.
    • L.U.C - "L.U.C men's watches epitomize the highest standard of Swiss watchmaking. The steps involved in making L.U.C watches are all performed at the Maison's Geneva and Fleurier workshops. These exceptional timepieces stemming from meticulous workmanship meet the aspirations of the contemporary gentleman."
  • CHOTOVELLI - since 1920.
  • Christiaan van der Klaauw CVDK7384 Real Moon 1980.
  • Christiaan van der Klaauw - since 1974. "The only atelier in the world that is devoted to the design and production of exclusive, hand-made astronomical watches."
  • CHRISTIAN LASS - since 2018. "Watchmaker, Speaker & Educator." Christian Lass is the former Master Watchmaker of the Patek Philippe Museum in Geneva. Today he provides his services in the field of restoration, conservation and as an adviser to collectors and museums across the world.
  • CHRISTINA DESIGN LONDON - Swiss made diamond timepieces.
  • Christophe Claret X-TREM-1: CHF268,000
  • CHRISTOPHE CLARET - "Since 1989, Christophe Claret has worked surrounded by the Neuchâtel mountains, where the heart of Swiss watchmaking beats strongest; where all the skills that combine to create an exceptional timepiece can be found."
  • Christopher Ward C1 Morgan Chronometers: €1,725.
  • CHRISTOPHER WARD - since 2004. "Swiss Made watches from Christopher Ward." Professional dive watches waterproof to 600m. Sports watches built to explore the world. Retro watches that recall the 1960s and ’70s. Military watches - approved by the Ministry Of Defence. What will you choose?
  • CHRONODECO - "Limited Edition Timepieces." Repair and restoration.
  • CHRONOGRAPHE SUISSE - "A brand with Italian style."
  • Chronoswiss Strike two H2O: CHF9,800.
  • CHRONOSWISS - since 1983. "Fine mechanical timepieces."
  • Introducing: The Chronoswiss Strike Two Golden Gear & H2O - "Two new horizontal regulators bring an update to the brand's traditional design."
  • CHRONOVSKI - since 1932.
  • CIGA Design U-Series Blue Planet GPHG Titanium Mechanical Watch - blue strap: €1,010.
  • Ciga Design Watches - since 2016. "CIGA Design creates simple but innovative models that define a watch as an object that illustrates luxury and refinement from a completely different perspective."
  • New Release: CIGA Design Central Tourbillon Mount Everest Homage Edition Watch - "In this current age of watchmaking, complications previously reserved for the highest echelons of haute horlogerie have been made far more accessible to the average enthusiast than ever before. Nowadays, even tourbillons have become surprisingly affordable, but this doesn’t necessarily hold true for this exotic escapement’s more flamboyant sibling – the central tourbillon."
  • CIMIER watches.
  • CIMIER - "A passion for the tradition of the finest craftsmanship since 1924." CIMIER watches are an elegant celebration of Swiss watchmaking expertise and demonstrate a refined aesthetic. Chic yet relaxed, CIMIER designs are unique with a strongly contemporary look. Discover the CIMIER collection – the ideal combination between style and practicality.
  • Citizen Eco Drive.
  • CITIZEN - founded in 1918. "Building a purposeful, powerful, and sustainable future." From the birth of its Eco-Drive light technology to today, Citizen looks for ways to support and celebrate the planet. One of the world's largest producers of watches.
  • CITIZEN WATCH CO. - Wikipedia.
  • CLERC - since 1874.
  • Climate Clock.
  • Climate Clock - "The science is clear: we are in a Climate Emergency. Decades of increasing carbon emissions are harming the natural and societal systems upon which humanity depends, threatening untold ecological and human devastation if we do not #ActInTime. The good news: there is still time."
  • 10,000 Year Clock - The Clock of the Long Now.
  • Clock of the Long Now - 10,000 Year Clock.
  • COACH - founded in New York in 1941. Men's.
  • COACH - founded in New York in 1941. Women's.
  • Cogito Fit - "Fashion concious connected watch that also has a number of fitness features."
  • Cogito Pop - smartwatch for Android.
  • Cogito Pop - smartwatch for Android.
  • COGNITIME - "Capture the pure Scandinavian moods."
  • Collection Jean Lassale Modèles homme 12049Y.
  • COMELIE Timepieces - The Comelie London Watch.
  • The Queen Anne by Comitti of London.
  • COMITTI - clockmakers since 1850. "Comitti of London have been making the finest quality grandfather (longcase) clocks and barometers for over 150 years."
  • CONCORD - founded 1908.
  • CONTINENTAL - since 1924.
  • CONVERSE - founded 1908. Men's.
  • CONVERSE - founded 1908. Women's.
  • Cornelius & Cie. Chronosome 46XY.
  • CORNELIUS & CIE. - founded in 2007.
    • CHRONOSOME 46XY - "The heart of the Chronosome 46XY watch is an astonishing movement. The Calibre AS 690 was developed and produced by the A. Schild company in Grenchen, Switzerland, in 1935. It is a sturdy, large movement beating at a steady 18.000 bph. When the strong main spring is fully wound (by hand) the movement has a power reserve of 8 days."
  • Cornell Watch Company 1870 CE (Classic Enamel): US$10,750.
  • Cornell Watch Company - "A New Beginning: In 1870, the Cornell Watch Company of Chicago set out to produce America's most precise railroad pocket watch. Today, the legacy continues with the introduction of the 1870 CE. For over two years, the 1870 CE was designed, prototyped and developed in partnership with America's Premier Watchmaker, the RGM Watch Company. Each 1870 CE is hand assembled, rigorously tested and warrantied by the RGM Watch Company."
  • The Revived Cornell Watch Co. Puts a Spotlight on American Watchmaking, with an Assist from RGM - "The Revived Cornell Watch Co. Puts a Spotlight on American Watchmaking, with an Assist from RGM."
  • Corum Concept Watch.
  • CORUM - "Avant Garde Since 1955." Corum is a Swiss luxury watch brand and was founded in 1955. The most popular watch series is the Admiral's Cup but Corum has also had success with the coin watch for example.
  • Corum Introduces $465,000 Concept Watch With Unique Design & Recycled Materials - "Ahead of the Geneva Watch Days exhibit that begins tomorrow, Corum unveils its all-new concept watch that was years in the making and demonstrates the brand’s commitment not only to innovation and technology, but also to the environment. The Concept watch, which retails for $465,000, will be made in extremely limited numbers."
  • Corum Looks Forward (and Back) with the Futuristic Concept Watch - "A familiar tourbillon in a hyper-modern and sustainable case."
    • Admiral Collection - "One of the most identifiable characteristics of an Admiral timepiece is the use of 12 nautical pennants as hour markers. These flags in fact conform to the International Code of Signals for indicating numbers using colored flags, so each hour is represented by its corresponding pennant."
    • Bubble Collection - "In the year 2000 Corum introduced the Bubble, an oversized watch with an even larger crystal. It was so radical it became the must-have timepiece of the new millennium."
    • GOLDEN BRIDGE Collection - "Launched by CORUM in 1980, the Golden Bridge model remains a unique construction in watchmaking, an original creation where the linear movement forms both the calibre and most of the piece's dial."
    • Heritage Collection - "With the CORUM Heritage Classical, time appears to stand still, thus allowing us to contemplate it at leisure… A stunning illusion, since it is in fact all the while twirling constantly amid the intense radiance created by a spectacular array of diamonds and sapphires, offering a transparent revelation of the most beautiful complication of all time."
    • Lab Collection - "Different, unique, off the beaten track: CORUM’s conception of watchmaking today has no equal. The idea: offer Lab 01 pieces with a racing, sculptural, technical, modern spirit and which will only be available as limited editions featuring a barrel-shaped case."
  • COVER Switzerland - since 1999. "COVER watches are a symbol for innovative watch design attuned to the pulse of time. The brand arose from the intention to offer sophisticated, trendy and high quality Swiss Made watches at the best affordable price."
  • Cross Men's Chronograph Watch with rose gold finish.
  • CROSS - since 1846. "Cross is a company based on penmanship and the art of the word. Now we bring you a look at a collection of timepieces designed with the same focus on ..."
  • CROTON - founded in 1878. "An ever-evolving brand which has remained loyal to its origins Since their creation, Croton Watches has been known to be representative of the distinctive craftsmanship of Swiss watchmakers, and the expansive creativity of Italian style. Within the Italian landscape lies a city, historically known for the intelligence, strength and physical beauty of its inhabitants; CROTON."
  • Cuckoo Clock.
  • CUCKOO CLOCK - Wikipedia.
  • CUERVO Y SOBRINOS - founded in 1882.
  • CX SWISS MILITARY WATCH - since 1963.
  • CYMA - founded in 1862.
  • Cyrus Kelpcys Vertical Tourbillon.
  • CYRUS - "Committed to demonstrating that Haute Horlogerie can be both original and different without compromising in any way on quality and respect for tradition."
  • Czapek Place Vendôme Rose Gold “Lumières.
  • Czapek Genève - founded in 1845 and relaunched on November 10, 2015, the company was relaunched in front of journalists, friends and watch lovers in Geneva. Fellow enthusiasts were given the opportunity to take part in the great adventure of Czapek's revival, by investing through an equity crowdfunding campaign. The company became the first Haute Horlogerie Company revived by watch connoisseurs worldwide.
  • The Czapek Antarctique Rattrapante “Core” Model Is The Best Thing Of 2021 So Far - "While technically limited to 77 pieces, the one-off concept 'seen' at Only Watch 2021 gets a proper roll-out..."
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