- Audemars Piguet4
- F.P. Journe1
- Girard Perregaux2
- Grand Seiko1
- Jacques Monnat1
- Jaeger Le Coultre3
- Patek Philippe11
- Record Genéve1
- Universal Genève4
- Vacheron Constantin2
The monopoussoir is a refined old-school complication, unfortunately too often forgotten for its incredible complexity, where all functions are controlled solely via the crown.
Luckily for all collectors and enthusiasts like us, this art has fortunately not been lost. One of the most iconic and best interpreted modern monopoussoirs is undoubtedly the Cartier gem contained in the prestigious Collection Privée Cartier Paris: this is the Cartier Tortue Monopoussoir in yellow gold, available in an ultra-limited quantity and exclusively at Cartier Boutiques.
The iconic Tortue case is here rendered in a pleasingly wearable 34x43 mm size, attracting attention with elegance and discretion.
The dial is impeccably balanced, making splendid use of negative spaces to give substance to the famous Roman numerals so dear to Cartier.
Last but not least, the open back allows us to admire a true masterpiece, as the hand-wound movement has been developed in collaboration with none other than the genius of F.P. Journe.
To complete this fascinating occasion, we have the pleasure of presenting this extremely rare timepiece accompanied by its original full set of box and papers.
Case: 34x43 mm Yellow Gold
Movement: Manual, cal. 045MC
Year: ca. 2000
Documents: Original Papers
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