By Salma Awwad
The secrets of Cartier precious watches is open to the public until December 3
“The Secrets of Cartier Precious Watches”, a fully dedicated exhibition to the Maison’s latest watchmaking collections is open to the public until December 3 at Dubai mall’s Grand Atrium.
This exhibition portrays Cartier’s watchmaking philosophy since its foundation in 1847, which highlights its pursuit of refined aesthetic, innovation, and creativity.
Set in an Art Deco style, the exhibition gathers more than 70 watches with female and male creations highlighting Cartier’s expertise.
Founded in 1847, The House of Cartier has been producing pieces that express High Jewellery creations alongside Fine watchmaking pieces.
The display includes Fine Watchmaking timepieces, the Cartier d’Art collection which dedicated to testing new techniques and reviving old and forgotten artistic crafts, and Les Indomptables De Cartier collection where bejeweled watches can be transformed into a brooches and pendants.
In addition, Le Cirque Animalier collection is on display where Cartier playfully fuses fine watchmaking and high Jewellery.
Laurent Gaborit, Regional Managing Director of Cartier Middle East, India and Africa stated: “The collection showcased today, in this unique exhibition, demonstrates an exceptional pioneering spirit that has guided the Maison’s watchmaking innovation and creativity through decades. Our offering fits our clienteles’ desires and aspirations, whereas Cartier timepieces reflects elegance, originality and a rich artistic expression.”