This construction, as aesthetically beautiful as it is delicate, has led the watchmakers to pay particular attention to the finishing of its 142 parts. As with all Cartier Fine Watchmaking movements, the parts of this mechanical movement with manual winding have been given a specific finish: chamfered bridges, drawn flanks and polished screw heads.
This collection of highly regulated finishes meets the criteria for obtaining the “Poinçon de Genève” and serves as a signature of the skilled work conducted with respect for watchmaking tradition in the Cartier workshops at 35 rue du Rhône in Geneva.
The meeting between this Fine Watchmaking movement and the new Cartier watch, created with clarity and simplicity in mind, is perfectly harmonious. It proves that at Cartier, aesthetics and watchmaking expertise progress with the same exacting standards.