Pasha de Cartier Automatic 35mm 18-karat rose gold and alligator watch
Cartier's 'Pasha de Cartier' timepiece was first launched in the '80s and inspired by a wristwatch the brand introduced to its collection in 1943. A modern-day take on the 1985 model, this exquisite timepiece has an 18-karat rose gold case that houses a silvered guilloché dial adorned with Arabic numerals. It's powered by a Swiss-made calibre automatic 1847 MC movement for precise time-keeping and has an exhibition case back, so you can see its intricate inner workings. Match the interchangeable alligator straps to your suiting.
We offer a two year warranty for all working parts and any manufacturing faults. Cartier also offers an additional six year warranty, to be activated through Cartier Care.
- Circumference: 19cm / 7.4in
- Min. Circumference: 16cm / 6.2in
- Width of Face: 3cm / 1.4in
- Width of Strap: 2cm / 0.8in
- Swiss-made calibre 1847 MC automatic movement with 40-hour power reserve
- 23 jewels
- Hour, minute and second hands
- Silvered gradient guilloché dial
- Black Arabic numerals, blued steel diamond-shaped hands
- 18-karat rose gold case
- Crown for time adjustments and manual winding
- Exhibition case back
- Buckle-fastening navy alligator strap; additional gray alligator strap
- Case width: 35mm; case thickness: 9.37mm
- Water resistance: 10 bar
- Comes in a presentation box
- Alligator: USA
- NET-A-PORTER is a certified member of the Responsible Jewellery Council
- Reference number: WGPA0014
- Manufactured in Switzerland
Cartier creations are manufactured with the greatest care by Cartier workshops in the purest tradition of jewelry and watchmaking, thus giving each piece a unique character. As a result, information on the carat weights in relation to a model may vary slightly from one piece to another and are therefore given for information only.
Returns or Exchanges
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