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Pre-SIHH 2014: Cartier - Tortue Ladies Medium and Small

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It was in 1912 that Cartier first unveiled the Tortue watch, a model which has seen a lot of variations and declinations over the years. The beautiful design of the Tortue was inspired by the shell of a tortoise - hence the name - and it is one of the most successful Cartier shaped timepiece, along side the Tonneau, the Baignoire and the Crash models. 

At the upcoming SIHH 2014 (Geneva, 20-24 January 2014), Cartier will show the new, ultra feminine, Tortue models for Ladies characterised by smaller and thinner cases. 
Cartier Tortue Ladies 2014
The medium size case measures 31 mm x 39 mm and it houses the ultra-thin hand-wound movement Piaget Calibre 430P. 
Cartier Tortue Ladies 2014

Cartier Tortue Ladies 2014
The small size case measures 24 mm x 30 mm and houses the Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 846.
Cartier Tortue Ladies 2014
Both versions are available in pink or white gold, optionally set with diamonds. 
The dial is a Cartier classic: Roman numerals, sword-shaped hour and minute hands, dotted rail-track and guilloché dial. No seconds and no date for a very clean and elegant design. 

The new Cartier Tortue models are available with a leather strap or a matching gold bracelet with flat links. 

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