Cartier Santos Large Blue Dial Stainless

Cartier Santos Large Blue Dial Stainless

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Santos watch, large model, mechanical movement with automatic winding, caliber 1847 MC. Steel case, 7-sided crown set with a faceted synthetic spinel, graduated blue dial, steel sword-shaped hands, sapphire crystal. Steel bracelet with "SmartLink" adjustment system. Second bracelet in navy blue calfskin, with interchangeable steel folding buckle. Both bracelets are fitted with the "QuickSwitch" interchangeability system. Case width: 39.8 mm, thickness: 9.38mm. Water-resistant to 10 bar (approx. 100 meters/330 feet).


Mint condition. With box and papers


Brand: Cartier
Model: Santos Large Blue Dial Stainless
Reference: WSSA0030                                                                                                  Material: Stainless Steel                                                                                                  Case Diameter: 39mm


Cartier was established in Paris in 1847 when its founder, Louis-Francois Cartier, took over his master’s workshop. Despite immense uncertainty and unrest during the ongoing French Revolution, Cartier continued to see success and growth over the next decade, opening the first Cartier boutique in 1859.

In 1874, Louis-Francois’ son, Alfred Cartier, took over the business. Alfred’s business acumen was far more advanced than that of his father, and it was his ambition to grow the business quickly. Alfred was instrumental in introducing Cartier into the royal houses of Europe and beyond, with Cartier’s designs being particularly popular with King Edward VII. Cartier enjoyed immense success in the late 1800s and eventually opened a showroom in Paris’s Rue de La Paix area in 1899. While Alfred was successful in establishing Cartier as the go-to choice for the French elite, it was his sons Louis, Pierre and Jacques that would bring the Cartier brand to worldwide renown.

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