Haute Watch of the Week

San Francisco

Panthère de Cartier: An Icon Returns

If you could define an era with a watch, the Panthère would represent the 1980's. Its refined elegance was a perfect match for the power-suits of the time, for men and women alike. What gave the Panthère its prowess was not only its elegance but also the wearing comfort. The case resembles that of the 1904 Santos de Cartier, with its rounded corners and the pins through the bezel. The bracelet is called "Figaro" and still among the most comfortable watch bracelets every created. No wonder that people literally forgot to take it off! Read More

San Francisco

Fabergé Wows Female Watch Collectors

Once again, the house of Fabergé wowed female watch collectors at Baselworld this year. Following Fabergé’s Peter Carl’s strategy of employing the most skilled artisans, the brand today continues to shine by significantly impacting the growing women’s watch market space with their high-jewelery timepieces. Read More

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