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The watch is powered by the skeletonized manufacture-made manual-wind mechanical movement 9466MC.
By Roberta Naas | October 21 2020
A cult watch since it was launched in 1985, the Cartier Pasha watch has had a strong collector following for decades. So, when the luxury watch and jewelry brand opted to revive the ‘square within a circle’ design this year, the new versions were an immediate hit. The watch is powered by the skeletonized manufacture-made manual-wind mechanical movement 9466MC, and is equipped with a tourbillon escapement and 50 hours of power reserve. The meticulously finished caliber can be viewed via a transparent sapphire caseback. The 41mm watch features a bezel and movement parts bedecked with 179 brilliant-cut diamonds weighing 2.59 carats, and a diamond-set crown.
Price: $143,000 in 18K white gold
Contact Cartier in New York, +1 631 318 6145, cartier.com