02 February 2017

Cartier's panther

Cartier is above all a jeweler and reaffirms its intentions by refocusing on its core target: women. In watchmaking, the first strong signal is the almost identical replica of its “Panthère” watch created in 1983 and removed from the collections in 2004. Success’s assured when one looks at the prices this woman’s model commands on the luxury goods secondhand market.

  • Gold, diamonds and black enamel

  • Pink gold

  • White gold and diamonds

  • Yellow gold

  • Pink gold and black lacquer - Limited edition

  • Rhodiumized white gold and diamonds

  • Yellow gold and steel

  • Pink gold and diamonds

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