Golf Asia (Malaysia) - - TIMEPIECES -

Cre­at­ing quite the buzz, Cartier’s new Rotonde de Cartier and its cal­iber 9983 MC brings to­gether the Mai­son’s two prized sig­na­ture com­pli­ca­tions – skeleton work and mys­te­ri­ous move­ment - into one unique edi­tion. Cham­pi­oning the abil­ity of their iconic de­sign to ably com­ple­ment both the craft and in­no­va­tion, their new range also adds an ex­tra tease to their sig­na­ture mys­te­ri­ous move­ment com­pli­ca­tion, first seen in 2006, by in­tro­duc­ing trans­parency beneath the dial, mak­ing the gear mech­a­nism vis­i­ble, yet re­veal­ing noth­ing of the mys­te­ri­ous com­pli­ca­tion. The watch also show­cases the skeleton work that cartier achieved sig­na­ture sta­tus for in 2009, with a sculpted mech­a­nism in the shape of ro­man nu­mer­als. Pre­sented in a case of 18k white gold, as well as a beaded crown set with a sap­phire cabo­chon, and sword-shaped hands in rhodium-fin­ish steel – the piece is cer­tainly a tes­ta­ment to Carter’s premier de­sign and crafts­man­ship.

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