One of the most distinctive Cartier designs, the Panthère de Cartier watch borne of the 1980s, is at once both a jewel and a timepiece.
An unforgettable emblem of an era, the watch epitomised the exuberant decadence of the decade.
The Panthère continued production well into the 2000s, and remains one of the most popular ladies' watch from the French luxury label.
Its sensual and supple link bracelet and square watch case are a recognizable mark of luxury, flowing and feminine... a true style icon for women who wish never to go unnoticed.
Then and Now.
For 2017, Cartier has brought back the Panthere de Cartier watch collection in full force.
Reminiscent of the 1980s timepieces, but with an edgier look than before, the current series comes in two sizes. Small, measuring 22 mm and medium, measuring 27 mm in diameters available in nine metals and/or finishes, better resistance to water, and stronger link bracelets.
The collection features the original line's beloved square case with visible screws on the bezel and brick-lay chain-link bracelet straps with integrated lugs and concealed folding clasps.
Famously trumping mechanical advances with a focus on appearance, all Panthere de Cartier models are powered by a quartz movement.
The Panthère de Cartier is made the image of the woman of today: she has impeccable taste and knows exactly what she wants.
It slinks onto the skin in a rippling celebration of triumphant and carefree femininity.
A gleaming statement piece, the Panthère de Cartier watch continues to endure.