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5 Best Cartier Watches for Women

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Cartier’s renown does not start and end with its jewelry collection: in fact, it has made significant contributions to the world of horology. The brand’s watches are as iconic as their most popular rings and bracelets, if not more. Out of the many amazing models produced by the brand, we have chosen the five best women’s watches for the Cartier fanatic in your life.

Ballon Bleu de Cartier
Characterized by the striking sapphire cabochon on the crown, the large round case, and the clean Roman numerals, the Ballon Bleu de Cartier not only embodies a classic feminine design, but it also makes for a bold, attractive dress watch that would elevate any watch collection.

Tank de Cartier
This versatile model has been made famous by the likes of General John Pershing and Princess Diana of Wales, but The Tank’s popularity is certainly helped along by its many different iterations, all of which exude a sense of seriousness and professionalism. The no-nonsense square case and readable Roman numerals make it the perfect watch for a pragmatist.

Baignoire de Cartier
The Baignoire de Cartier is one of the oldest women’s wristwatches in Cartier’s collection, and its slim, elegant design reflects that. This traditional design harkens back to the fashions of the early 20th century and provides an element of femininity to one’s wardrobe.

Pasha de Cartier
This watch’s large round case, square dial design, and Arabic numerals separates it so cleanly from Cartier’s other collections that it should absolutely be part of a Cartier fan’s watch collection. The Pasha’s divergent spirit gives it a freshness that would immediately appeal to watch enthusiasts with more modern sensibilities.

Panthère de Cartier
Like the slinky jungle cat from which this beautiful watch gets its name, the Panthère de Cartier’s design incorporates a healthy measure of fluidity and femininity. The unique shape of the case coupled with the squareness of the face gives the watch an asymmetry that draws the eye.

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