Cartier. A Very Fine and Large 18k Pink Gold Square-shaped Flying Tourbillon Wristwatch
Cartier. A Very Fine and Large 18k Pink Gold Square-shaped Flying Tourbillon Wristwatch
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Cartier. A Very Fine and Large 18k Pink Gold Square-shaped Flying Tourbillon Wristwatch

SIGNED CARTIER, SANTOS 100 MODEL, NO. 66, MOVEMENT NO. 0832, CASE NO. 3086, CIRCA 2014

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Cartier. A Very Fine and Large 18k Pink Gold Square-shaped Flying Tourbillon Wristwatch
Signed Cartier, Santos 100 Model, No. 66, Movement No. 0832, Case No. 3086, Circa 2014
Movement: Manual, Cal. 9452 MC, 19 jewels
Dial: Grey, Roman numerals
Case: 18k pink gold, sapphire crystal display back secured by 8 screws, sapphire-set crown, 41mm width, 54.5mm overall length
Buckle: Cartier 18k pink gold double deployant clasp
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Lot Essay

Created for the pioneering aviator Alberto Santos-Dumont, the present timepiece was developed following an encounter between the aviator and Louis Cartier. Engineered to facilitate the access to time during flights, the Santos-Dumont wristwatch was born and followed the pilot on each of his adventures.

Highly complicated, the present timepiece encompasses a mechanical movement with tourbillon complication aiming at countering the effects of gravity on timekeeping accuracy. Crafted to the highest standard, the timepiece is further stamped by the Geneva seal, considered a guarantee of the provenance, timekeeping accuracy and quality of craftsmanship devoted towards the creation of the timepiece.

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