Cartier Watches


Nothing comes close to the experience of owning a Cartier watch. For more than 100 years, the luxury brand has crafted items known for their exceptional quality and eye-catching design. Combining tradition and technology, each timepiece captures Cartier’s rich heritage, fine workmanship, and imagination.

Striking shapes include rectangular watch dials with a sophisticated 1920s feel that are ideal for formal occasions. Classic round faces in the collection are versatile for day-to-evening wear, spanning from compact, minimalist styles to the grand and oversized. Cartier's exceptional timepieces include the Ballon Bleu, with its blue cabochon gemstone and circular dial, while the Panthere de Cartier represents all the elegance of Paris. It is the Santos de Cartier that draws the most attention, named after the pilot it was designed for.

A Different Take on Reality—and Horology

Cartier’s aesthetic consists of clean and understated lines balanced with daring flourishes, making it a favorite among royalty and celebrities around the world. The company was founded in Paris in 1847 by watchmaker and jeweler Louis-François Cartier. His work took classic horological designs and gave them a fresh spin, starting with his "mystery clocks," so named because the internal mechanism is hidden. Art Deco creations followed soon after, playing with color and light, along with dynamic wristwatches. This focus on creativity remains the company’s ethos, where precious stones meet tactile leather, turning a functional piece into a decorative item.

Instantly Recognizable, Infinitely Beautiful

Cartier’s timepieces age gracefully. Not only is the technology behind each watch built to last, but so is the exterior. Each case, strap, and details is designed for optimum durability. A prime example of this powerhouse blend of enduring form and function is the Santos de Cartier, with its distinctive slim case and square bezel. The Santos de Cartier design was first created in 1904, when Brazilian pilot Alberto Santos-Dumont told Louis Cartier that his pocket watch was impractical for aviation purposes. And so, to aid a friend, the horologist accepted this challenge and made the first Cartier men’s wristwatch.

Small Touches Make a Big Impact

Models from the opulent Ballon Bleu collection remain especially popular. They are distinguished by their circular dial and blue cabochon, a gemstone lovingly shaped and polished to perfection. As for the Panthère de Cartier line, it remains true to its 1980s roots, with its bright and ostentatious appearance. This watch doubles as a bracelet, making it a truly versatile piece.

Tradition Meets Modern Innovation

From kings and queens to aviators and innovators, Cartier attracts an exacting clientele. By pushing technological boundaries and mixing avant-garde materials, Cartier has produced elegant and interesting watches. And with its penchant for experimentation, Cartier offers timepieces that truly stand out from their rivals and can stand the test of time.