"Cartier" Panthere Vendome 18k & Stainless Ladies Watch
A vintage time piece that takes you back to a bygone era! A 23mm stainless steel round case accented by 18k yellow gold, black steel hands and black Roman Numerals. In very good condition with NO cracks, chips or breaks to face or bracelet, only very mild light scratches to metal and very light slack to band. This quartz watch is has two 18k gold lines that run down the length of the band on both sides. The hidden butterfly clasp make for a seamless look and secure hold. Battery operated with a Swiss Quartz movement. This watch has been professionally serviced and in perfect working order. The blue sapphire button adds a pop of color and has NO cracks or chips. A beautiful time piece and the perfect size for a young lady or woman who enjoys a sleek simple style versus a flashy, large and hefty watch.
* 18k Yellow Gold & Stainless Steel
* Maker - Cartier "Or Et Acier"
* Model 1057920 / Series 06532
* Swiss Movement
* Genuine Sapphire Button
* Sapphire Crystal Glass
* Hidden Closure
* 6.75" inch Current Wrist Length
* Two Extra Link Included
* Comes with Original Red Box
* NO Appraisal Included, priced based on comparable market and material used.
* Watches sold in store are NOT warrantied by me for any length of time. Watches require maintenance and servicing to prolong life. This watch has been professionally serviced and in perfect working order. You have 7 business days to return the watch regarding any mechanical issues. Item must be returned in the same condition as received.
Sapphire restores balance within the body, aligning the physical, mental and spiritual planes, bringing serenity and peace of mind. It stimulates concentration, brings lightness, and joy. Sapphire is also known as a "stone of prosperity", attracting gifts of all kinds and fulfilling dreams and desires.
Cartier was founded in 1847 in Paris by the jeweller Louis-François Cartier, who in 1899 handed over to his three sons . Louis Cartier created jewels and “objets d’art”, but he also retook watchmaking traditions which had been lost for over a century with pieces like the legendary mystery clocks, high fashion wristwatches, carriage clocks and jewelry watches with oriental Art Deco designs, including the daringly colorful “Tutti Frutti” jewels. The accessory timepiece became one of the predominant forms of the activity and prestige of Cartier.
Quite early, Cartier took an interest in watchmaking. It was not long before a large number of fob and chatelaine watches appeared. In 1888 Cartier account books mentioned the first ladies’ wristwatches. In 1904, he created the Santos watch for his friend and client the Brazilian aviator, Alberto Santos-Dumont, although it did not go on sale until 1911. This success was to be followed by other models such as the Tonneau watch (1906) and the Tortue watch (1912). By that date, Louis Cartier had begun the exclusive production of the first wristwatches at his establishment in Paris helped by Edmond Jaeger.
The third Maison Cartier, for which Pierre-Camille, the second son, was responsible, was founded in New York in 1909, moving to its current location of 653 Fifth Avenue in 1917.
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