This is the second of a series of posts featuring a few pieces seen this year in Geneva at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, the year’s first watch show.
Récital 21 – This retrograde perpetual calendar features the signature “writing slope” case, the simultaneous adjustment of the indications, and is available in titanium as well as pink gold.
Virtuoso IX – The double time zone, 10-day power reserve, big date and flying tourbillon functions are fitted in the 46.3 mm Amadéo case that transforms the timepiece into a reversible wristwatch, a pocket watch or a table clock.
Privé – The skeleton dual time zone tonneau watch features a skeletonized curved movement. The second time zone is set by pressing on the crown at 4 o’clock and by one-hour jumps.
Santos – This yellow gold and steel Santos de Cartier Skeleton watch is fitted with the manual wind caliber 9612 MC and offers the option of interchangeable QuickSwitch straps.
Bridges Cosmos – Two complete globes – celestial and terrestrial – and a tourbillon are seen on the dial of a timepiece featuring a sky chart and world time complications.