ROTONDE DE CARTIER SKELETON MYSTERIOUS HOUR
Cartier’s mystery watch is nothing new in the world of horology, but the idea of skeletonising the movement is an interesting one. The whole idea of the mystery clock is to create the illusion that the hands are suspended in midair. To skeletonise a movement that guards a century-old secret is a brilliant idea and the resulting watch is stunning. The case is made with one of the rarest metals on the planet—palladium—and the movement that it guards is manually wound with a power reserve of 48 hours.