ROTONDE DE CARTIER
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.