Cartier launches the Mécabille de Cartier jewellery watch collection | SENATUS



Cartier launches the Mécabille de Cartier jewellery watch collection
By SENATUS Editor | 18 January 2023

Ahead of the Watches & Wonders trade showcase in Geneva come late March, Cartier has announced its jewellery watch, Mérabille de Cartier.

The Mécabille combines finesse with strength, featuring beads, gold tones and clou carrés, in a new stylised model. Designed by Cartier’s ateliers, the Mécabille is part of the Maison’s creative repertoire of jewellery watches.

From faceted corners and angled dials, to full and empty spaces as well as round and square elements, the geometry is constant and true to the Maison’s style.

A culture of design counterbalanced by Cartier’s graphic precision through movement, from the beads rolling over each other to the bracelet’s hinges, designed in such a way to create suppleness on the skin. The shape of the links and the miniature case with its 16 faceted cut glass accentuate its distinctive lines.

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