“For free spir­its from ev­ery age, the Tank is a uni­ver­sal sym­bol of style and el­e­gance that has taken an un­prece­dented path span­ning an en­tire cen­tury”

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and medium sizes and is set with di­a­monds. In­side this elab­o­rate case is a high qual­ity quartz move­ment.

Tank Cin­Trée skeLeTon

Hes­i­tat­ing be­tween a square or a rec­tan­gle, Cartier chose the lat­ter for one of its first watches: The Tank Cin­trée, whose curved de­sign snugly hugs the wrist. Its pow­er­ful shape is de­lim­ited by a pair of bran­cards that adds struc­ture to the watch’s over­all look. For this year’s re­lease, Cartier in­tro­duced a new and ex­cit­ing twist by skele­toniz­ing the dial of the Cin­trée. Con­ceived like a true work of art, this watch jux­ta­poses the el­e­gance of bold aesthetics with a sin­gu­lar, un­com­mon cal­iber. The Cin­trée Skeleton comes in plat­inum and pink gold. Both use the man­ual wind­ing cal­iber 9917MC. More im­por­tantly, both of th­ese two stun­ning watches are lim­ited edi­tion mod­els with only 100 pieces be­ing pro­duced. Its trans­par­ent de­sign only pre­serves the bare es­sen­tials: the hands, the chemin de fer—the dou­ble line on the dial that rep­re­sents the chap­ter ring—and the over­lap­ping gears in the back­ground, all con­tained within the distinc­tive curve of the Tank Cin­trée.

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