Crash Tigrée HP101529

  • Collection: Crash Tigrée
  • Model reference: Crash Tigrée HP101529
  • Case/Size: Yellow gold, 43.68 × 24.26 mm
  • Dial: Diamonds
  • Movement: Manual winding
  • Functions: Hours, minutes
  • Condition: Brand new
  • Specificity: Limited to 50 pieces
  • Collection: Crash
  • Model Reference: HP101529
  • Case/Size: Yellow Gold / 34.7mm
  • Dial: Diamond paved dial
  • Movement: Manual winding
  • Functions: Hours, Minutes
  • Specificity: Limited to 50 pieces
  • Condition / Year: Brand New / 2023 Approx.
  • Box / Papers: Yes / Yes
  • Price: Upon Request

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When it comes to haute horlogerie, Cartier stands as a beacon of sophistication, pushing boundaries in both design and craftsmanship. One such marvel that has emerged from their illustrious lineup, Cartier delivers here a glamorous Crash showcasing their expertise in mastering the art of rare handcrafts to perfection.

The reinterpretation of an icon, the Cartier Crash Tigrée Métamorphoses, unfolds a luxurious spectacle of horological artistry and sophistication, embodying both the wild essence and the refined aesthetics inspired by the majestic tiger. This is not merely a watch, but a melody of meticulous design and horological prowess, offering more than a mere tick-tock but a tale of Cartier’s illustrious legacy and skills.

A mesmerising dial becomes a canvas where light and shadow dance, mimicking the graceful patterns of a tiger’s coat. Adorned with 1.64 carats of diamonds set in an eccentric stripe pattern and vibrant flows of blue and green enamel cascade down to the base of the case, gently unveiling the gleaming yellow gold beneath. The stripes adorning the bezel are meticulously crafted through champlevé enameling, while the dial undergoes a delicate process of engraving, subsequently being filled with finely ground enamel powder. The color nuances, ranging from opaque through to translucent, are achieved through varied enameling techniques, and subsequently set by firing in a kiln between 700°C to 750°C. This labor-intensive process of applying enamel powder, firing, and sanding is reiterated over a dozen times until the perfect hue is attained.

Although the Crash Tigrée HP101529 is deeply rooted in Cartier’s storied past, it bursts forth with a modern allure, ensuring its timeless appeal for generations to come. It doesn’t merely stand as a testament to the unparalleled craftsmanship of Cartier but is also a symbol of the rarity and prestige encapsulated within each of the exclusively limited 50 pieces.

Available today with its full set and international warranty.



Cartier – Bio

Founded by Louis-Francois Cartier in 1847, the house of Cartier is the luxury jewellers by reference in France.
Jewellers of the royal family and their prominent entourage, they quickly acquired fame in Europe.
Later Louis Cartier gave a second life to old watchmaking traditions with pieces like the mystery clocks, gem-set watches and other flamboyant pieces.
One of their iconic models called the Santos was made in 1904 for his friend and client the aviator from Brazil, Alberto Santos-Dumont.   Followed by other successful models like the Tonneau in 1906, the Tortue in 1912 and the famous Tank in 1919 to mention few.
The brand stayed in the family until 1964 and is now owned by a Swiss watch group.

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Accompanied by a 'Cartier' international warranty, product literature and a red leather presentation box