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In the early 1970s, Cartier sought to make its luxury goods more accessible to a broader audience. This led to the creation of the "Must de Cartier" line, which introduced more affordable yet still high-quality products, including watches, accessories, and fragrances. These pieces were characterized by their understated elegance and the iconic Cartier branding. 


Combining the classic Tank design with the affordability and allure of vermeil, the Must de Cartier Tank Vermeil watch quickly became a symbol of style and sophistication. Its sleek rectangular case, choice of colourful dials, and blue sapphire cabochon crown are emblematic of Cartier's design ethos.


This particular example is in good condition showing light signs of wear on the case and caseback. There are no marks on the glass and the dial shows slight spidering under direct sunlight. The watch comes with its box, booklets and travel pouch and has been fitted with a new hirsch lizard skin strap.


The watch is running well and keeping good time. 



Must De Cartier Tank Vermeil 'Tortoise Shell Dial'

SKU: 006
  • 1980's

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