- Rue du Bac - Paris
Louis-François Cartier takes over the jewelery workshop of his master Adolphe Picard at 29, Rue Montorgueil in Paris in 1847.
In the following year, Louis-Joseph and Louis-François decided to set up watchmaking within the brand.
Gusset watches, pendants watches, brooches and chatelaines for women are made there.
Five years later, the company, which went from a simple workshop to a point of sale, sells at 5, rue Neuve des Petits-Champs.
The proposed model is exceptional, a lady's watch of great distinction.
Chic and elegant, it combines jewelery and watchmaking.
It is a rectangle box with stylized handles set with diamonds.
It is in gold and measures 13.80 X19.80 mm in size.
A silver dial signed Paris with indexes Roman numerals painted.
The bracelet consists of 3 rows of pearls is attached to the box by handles in a semicircle.
Very beautiful achievement in the feminine, it is a real jewel watch that can be worn during your evening dress.
She will be able to join your watch collection with the unequaled finery of a large, world-renowned house.
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