You see it, but at the same time, you don’t see anything at all. That is the Clé de Cartier Mysterious Hour Watch. You see the hands, you see the movement, but not how they are connected. With the Mysterious Hour complication, Cartier brought back the mystery watch, with a vengeance.
Cartier offers their mysterious hour complication of course in the Rotonde case, but shows off its more contemporary side in the Clé de Cartier. The Clé de Cartier is by itself already interesting as it was a completely different collection when it was introduced. Most of Cartier’s watches have a historical connection, being created during the time when the Cartier-brothers where in charge of La Maison. That makes creating a whole new collection always challenging as it does need to take this DNA and extend it in a natural way into some new. With the Clé de Cartier they most certainly succeeded in this, creating a distinct case shape, fitted with a unique crown. Read the entire article on Haute Time