1970s Cartier Ceinture Paris 18K YG
It's common knowledge that the Cartier Tank is one of the most iconic watch designs of all time, but the Cartier brand and jewelry juggernaut also produced some eclectic references that are just as interesting and in many cases much more rare than the classic Tank.
The Cartier Ceinture is one such eclectic watch and often forgotten amongst the Cartier community as it was only produced for a short period of time in the 1970s and never recreated. With the name directly translating to "belt" in French, the Ceinture's square case with missing corners was designed to reflect the look of a belt buckle.
|Material||18K Yellow Gold|
|Bracelet||Cartier Paris Black Alligator Deployant Strap W/ 18K YG Cartier Clasp|
The 18K yellow gold case is exceptionally well-preserved, featuring minimal signs of use with crisp and deep engravings on the case back. The watch comes supplied on an original black Cartier Paris alligator strap with an 18K yellow gold Cartier deployment clasp.
The original white enamel Cartier "Paris" dial is in excellent vintage condition, showing subtle aging that is expected for the watches age. The original blued hands are in exceptional condition.
None. The watch was recently serviced and is keeping time, back by our 1-year warranty of accurate timekeeping.