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Louis Cartier

Long-lasting reign

Cartier has been a respected brand for so long. How do you stay competitive?

Monday, 15 November, 2010, 12:00am

For the thinking man

Ignoring its cost, how does one measure something so subjective as the prestige of a luxury watch? A recent survey by New York's independent Luxury Institute aimed to do just that by asking 500 ultra-wealthy American consumers what they consider to be the most prestigious timepieces. The results?

23 May 2010 - 12:00am

Putting on the glitz: Signature watches

Selecting a luxury watch can be tricky because rising prices and the wide range of choice can overwhelm collectors.

23 Apr 2007 - 12:00am

Fly me to the moon

Cartier celebrates a historic party encounter with a special centenary collection

SANTOS IS TAKING centre stage in the broad range of new products unveiled by Cartier at SIHH.

24 May 2004 - 12:00am

Ticking along

Waiters bearing Cosmopolitans greeted guests arriving at Cartier's 100th anniversary celebration of its Santos de Cartier watch at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts' Lyric Theatre in Wan Chai. Guests were surprised by three British magicians dressed as waiters who pulled out magic tricks instead of drinks.

14 May 2004 - 12:00am

Most wanted

Cartier's iconic Santos watch celebrates its centenary with a new addition to the family: the Santos 100, a reworking of the original. In steel or yellow gold, with black roman numerals and a cool crocodile-leather strap, this masculine yet stylish watch is a fitting tribute to its namesake, Alberto Santos-Dumont.

9 May 2004 - 12:00am

Women at focus of new trend

WATCH companies are tempting female customers with dazzling collections. Leading the way is Omega, which has brought out a jewelled series of its new De Ville collection, while Concord is also concentrating on the luxury end.

24 Sep 1995 - 12:00am

Jeweller creates fine watchword for quality

HE'S known as Old Father Time. But you can bet it was your mother who first taught you how to tell the time.

Back then it was probably a kitchen clock or her own watch. It is doubtful whether she still owns that watch.

Mother's Day is the perfect opportunity to give her a gift which is both practical and beautiful.

2 May 1993 - 12:00am