The High Quality Cartier Calibre de Diver
This is the perfect dive watch just in time for summer for someone who doesn’t just want great design, but also wants great performance. The in-house 1904 MC powers a dive watch that stands out from the rest: the Cartier Calibre de Diver. Each one of the timepieces is tested and must demonstrate its resistance to salt water after immersion in a solution of sodium chloride at 18°C – 25°C for 24 hours.
Cartier Calibre de Diver
In 1926, a trunk filled with precious stones and jewelry arrived at the Cartier jewelry workshops in Paris. The Maharajah wished to have the contents reset in the Parisian style. To carry out the work he chose Louis Cartier, the quintessential Paris jeweler, whom he had met in India. The result was a unique piece comprising 2,930 diamonds with a combined weight of 962.25 carats: five magnificent Art Deco diamond-studded platinum chains adorned with seven large diamonds in a variety of cuts (from 18 to 73 carats), suspended in a mesmerizing cascade.