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Cartier Panthère De Cartier Watches Hands-On

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Since Cartier reinvigorated its fine watchmaking department eight years ago, it has surprised us each year with one great complicated watch after another. This year, Cartier had a different kind of surprise: a resurrection of the Panthère de Cartier, which had been discontinued in the early aughts.

The article Cartier Panthère De Cartier Watches Hands-On first appeared on aBlogtoWatch and was written by Carol Besler.

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Blancpain St. Valentine’s Day Special Edition Watch For The Ladies In Your Life

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Tissot’s new COSC-certified automatic Powermatic 80.111 caliber is a major step toward improving the traditional approach to ladies’ mechanical watchmaking. The new movement is used in the Tissot Ballade, a 32mm ladies’ classic watch that is priced at under $1,000, proof once and for all that buying a high-luxury or over-decorated timepiece is not the [...]

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso One High Jewelry Ladies Watch

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Depending on your personal tastes and feelings on the crossover of jewelry and horology, a watch like this Richard Mille RM 51-02 tourbillon Diamond Twister is either amazing or represents all that is wrong in the world of watches. The article Richard Mille RM 51-02 Tourbillon Diamond Twister $900,000+ Watch For Women Hands-On first appeared on [...]

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