Rotonde de Cartier Skeleton Flying Tourbillon W1580031
This version of the Rotonde de Cartier watch highlights exquisite technical characteristics. It showcases the caliber 9455 MC flying tourbillon skeleton, a spectacular mechanical movement with manual winding in which function is part of form. It is a work of art highlighted by its skeletonized bridges and main plate, which combine to create imposing Roman numerals. The interplay of solids and spaces reveals a movement driven by a skeletonized barrel with a visible spring. The movement is stamped with the “Poinçon de Genève” and accompanied by an individually numbered certificate of origin attesting to the fact that it meets the criteria of excellence established by the Office for the Voluntary Inspection of Watches from Geneva.
Numbered edition limited to 100 timepieces. Flying tourbillon complication with skeletonized bridges in the shape of Roman numerals. Case in 18K white gold, circular-grained crown set with a sapphire cabochon, sapphire crystal, Roman numerals dial formed by the bridges of the movement, sword-shaped blued-steel hands, sapphire case back, alligator-skin strap, double adjustable deployant buckle in 18K white gold, water resistant to 30 meters/100 feet. Individually numbered. Workshop-crafted mechanical movement with manual winding, certified with the “Poinçon de Genève”*, caliber 9455 MC. Movement details: 165 parts, 19 jewels, diameter of 35.5 mm, thickness of 5.63 mm, 21,600 vibrations per hour and approx. 50 hours of power reserve. Case dimensions: 45 mm in diameter, 12.35 mm thick. *Hallmark of Geneva.