The next MR PORTER: Watch Picks Of The Week edition is dominated by some extraordinary watches from Cartier. With pieces like the brilliant little rose gold Tank Louis Cartier, the lovely architectural Tank Chinoise Limited Edition and the fabulous openworked and darkened Pasha de Cartier, you'd be remiss to think that that was it. Instead, we also have the Tempus Terrae from none other than Anderson Geneve, along with the awe inspiring H. Moser & Cie Heritage Tourbillon. Needless to say, this was a week of epic proportions.
Cartier Tank Louis Cartier
Elegant, understated, clad in rose gold and quintessentially Cartier, the Tank Louis Cartier is a preeminent example of the maison's talent at creating masterpieces.
Cartier Tank Chinoise Limited Edition
Bold yet subtle, loud yet inconspicuous, the Cartier Tank Chinoise Limited Edition is full of character and draws inspiration from the architecture of the Far East.
Andersen Geneve Tempus Terrae
A superb example of ingenuity, cunning and creativity, the Andersen Geneve Tempus Terrae is inexplicably well finished and is a defiant nod to watchmaking of yesteryear.
H. Moser & Cie Heritage Tourbillon
From the ornately engraved diamond-set cover to the white enamel dial and the double hairspring flying tourbillon, the H. Moser & Cie Heritage Tourbillon is a stunning spectacle of high horology.
Cartier Pasha de Cartier
Openworked and encased in ADLC steel, the Cartier Pasha de Cartier is a multifaceted timepiece that combines geometrical shapes with classism, beautiful proportions, sound finishing, traditional design and contemporary execution.
Piaget Altiplano Ultimate
The Piaget Altiplano Ultimate is a piece full of stature. Clad in rose gold, featuring a bezel set with 90 diamonds, a partially openworked dial and the thinnest of proportions, the Piaget Altiplano Ultimate is indeed the ultimate example of fine watchmaking from Piaget.
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