16 November 2009
Cartier. A fine and attractive 18K gold, platinum and enamel ball-form watch with matching chain and box
Signed Cartier, case no. 2'035, movement no. 14'851, circa 1910
Gilt-finished jewelled lever movement, white enamel dial, Arabic numerals, ball-form case, translucent pale mauve enamel on engine-turned wavy background, white enamel bezel, rose-cut diamond-set and white enamel floral decorated band, a diamond-set floral motif to the top, pink gold pendant, platinum and diamond-set pendant loop, winding mechanism operated by rotating the lower half of the watch, matching gold, platinum, enamel, diamond and pearl-set chain, bow and movement numbered
22 mm. diam.
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With Cartier red fitted presentation box.
Other examples of ball-form pendant watches signed Cartier are illustrated in Le Temps de Cartier by Jader Barracca, Giampiero Negretti, Franco Nencini, pp. 23 & 24.
Please note that the dial of this watch is unsigned.
Veuillez noter que le cadran de cette montre n'est pas signe.
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