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Cartier

A tradition preserved from time immemorial. A brand with a strong identity, a symbol of beauty and elegance. In a word: Cartier. The history of the French brand, known for its watches and jewellery, comes from afar. One of the world’s most fascinating pieces of luxury watches was born at the beginning of the 1900s: the Santos de Cartier, celebrating aviator Santos-Dumont. From then on, luxury watchmaking would never be the same: the first men’s wristwatch was born. Cartier Watches is known today as one of the most important and influential fashion houses.


Cartier Watches: uncommon style

Over the years, Cartier Watches has been able to renew itself without ever losing sight of the unmistakable style distinguishing all its creations. The winding crowns with a blue cabochon, the steel hands with blue shades, the Roman numerals and the minute dial components that bring to mind the tracks of a French railway. These are the distinctive elements of a Cartier. And last but not least, the trademark, namely the secret signature contained in one of the numbers.
Aesthetic taste meets quality of the materials, perfectly attuned to an innovative never banal design. Having a Cartier Gold watch on your wrist means donning a piece of history, an icon, a tradition transformed into a work of art by gems, diamonds and precious stones.


Cartier Milan: Pisa Orologeria official retailer

Pisa Orologeria is the official retailer of Cartier watches in Milan. In the boutique on Via Montenapoleone, you can find all men’s and women’s collections. For her: Clé De Cartier, Tank and Baignoire. For him: Santos de Cartier, Drive de Cartier and Ballon Blue de Cartier. These are just some of the models available in the Cartier boutique in Milan. The expert staff of Pisa Orologeria will guide customers in selecting the Cartier watch that best embodies their search for elegance and distinction.In addition, a personalised after-sales service guarantees quality and safety.
Dreams of excellence and refinement come true in the Cartier store on Via Montenapoleone.