18K and Stainless Steel Cartier Santos Automatic Wristwatch
Cartier was founded in 1847, but stepped up on the world stage half a century later. Louis Cartier, the grandson of founder Louis-François Cartier, developed two of the brand’s most iconic watches–the Santos and the Tank–as well as the Tutti Frutti jewels. Dubbed by King Edward III of Great Britain as “the jeweler of kings and the king of jewelers”, Cartier quickly assumed its rightful place among other luxury brands. In later years, Cartier remained connected to cutting-edge design by working with contemporary artists to inform their own styles. Today Cartier watches, jewelry, and fragrances continue to enchant and delight buyers around the world.
|Lug to Lug (mm):||35|
|Case to Case (mm):||24|
|Bezel Material:||18K Gold|
|Case Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Caseback Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Total Weight (grams):||62.40|
|Movement:||Automatic, Signed Cartier, ETA 2670; 17 Jewels|
|Estimated Production Year:||1970s|
|Dial Details:||Cartier Secret Signature at 10 Mark|
|Bracelet/Fob Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Clasp Style:||Fold Over|
|Horologist Note:||Bracelet is a Cartier 124697|
- Timekeeping accuracy not guaranteed.
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- running at time of evaluation without detailed testing; future state not guaranteed.
- scratches to bezel.