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The Cartier Pasha is one of the most important and iconic watches of all times.
Originally created for the Sultan of Marrakech, the Pasha was revisited in 1985 by Gerald Genta, who removed the protective grill originally present over the crystal.
This example of ref. 2495 comes from the ultra-limited edition of the “Collection Privée” realized by Carter in only 5 pieces.
Virtually unique, the white gold case of this unbelievable piece is masterfully set with diamonds from the maison and houses the astonishing Cloisonné enamel dial, a true masterpiece.
This extremely complicated technique requires a gold strip to be bent and then the space is filled with extra-fine enamel and melt. To make it even more precious, four baguette-cut diamonds are set on the dial.
The beautifully automatic Cartier signed caliber 311B can be admired from the exhibition caseback.
Case: 38 mm white gold
Bezel: White gold and diamonds
Dial: Cloisonné enamel
Movement: Automatic, cal. 311B, 27 jewels
Year: ca. 2000
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