Cartier Mini Baignoire 2368

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Have you ever imagined what it would look like to have a tiny bathtub on your wrist? Well, neither do we. However, if you're wondering right now what it would look like, just drop by our store and strap this Cartier Mini Baignoire (Baignoire is French for bathtub) on your wrist. 
Louis Cartier, obsessed with design, has always been thriving in the genre of creating revolutionary and influential styles. Cartier, founded in 1847 in Paris, started making watches in the beginning of the 20th century. The House of Cartier pioneered in uniquely-shaped watches. In 1913, the brand created an oval watch and this model became the inspiration for the Cartier Baignoire. Finally, the Baignoire was introduced in the late '50s. The 18k yellow-gold version we can present you has the reference 2368. Its case measures 18 x 24.5 and it's so elegant that it looks more like a piece of jewellery than a watch. This Baignoire houses a quartz movement. By all means, we prefer mechanical watches. Nevertheless, when it comes to Cartier, it's about the fine art of its case designs rather than what's inside the cases. The watch comes on a dark blue, alligator-leather strap with a small 18k yellow-gold Ardillon buckle.


Cartier Louis-François Cartier took over his master’s jewellery workshop in 1847. Over the years, his sons and grandsons inherited the family business and expanded the brand by opening shops in New York and London. King Edward VII of the United Kingdom granted Cartier a prestigious royal warrant in 1904, calling the brand “the jeweler of kings and the king of jewellers.” Such was the renown of Cartier, that royal warrants soon rolled in from all over the world (among which, Belgium, Egypt, Greece, Siam, Spain, Portugal, and Russia). While Cartier is known primarily for its jewellery, it also has a storied history in watchmaking. Cartier’s first foray in watchmaking came in 1888, offering exclusively ladies models. In 1904, Louis Cartier gave his friend and Brazilian aviation pioneer Santos Dumont a wrist watch to wear during his flights. Until then, wrist watches were worn exclusively by women and men opted for the traditional pocket watch. The ‘Santos-Dumont’ was not only the first wristwatch geared towards men but also the first pilot’s watch!


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