Cartier Privee Collection Tortue Monopoussoir Chronograph 18K White Gold CPCP venture. Ref 2396B.


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Cartier’s first Tortue-shaped watch was released in 1912, and updated in the 1990s with the Cartier Privée Paris Collection. Offered as time-only, tourbillon, and monopusher chronograph models, it was the chronograph that was a standout. The first Cartier monopusher was released in 1928, and rereleased by Cartier Privée Paris Collection (CPCP) in 1998..

It was with great pride and fanfare that they reintroduced the Cartier Tortue Monopoussoir. Named “tortue à pattes” or “turtle on legs” it was a symbol of good fortune and longevity. The new watch was larger and contemporary, featuring the all-new chronograph caliber 045MC. This new movement is historic itself as it was co-developed by Vianney Halter, Denis Flageollet, and Francois-Paul Journe through their firm at the time, Techniques Horlogères Appliquées (THA).

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