Pictured here is Cartier's latest addition to the Santos Dumont range, this particlar version is rather strikingly formed with a Skeletonised face. Skeleton watches are exceptionally difficult to produce, and have not been commercially popular since the 1980's, with the exception of the occasional super high end version, they have not been seen very often.
This features, Hours and minutes indicated by skeletonized bridges in the shape of Roman numerals. Case in 18K white gold, octagonal crown set with a faceted sapphire, sapphire crystal, Roman numerals dial formed by the bridges of the movement, bridges in nickel silver, sword-shaped blued-steel hands, sapphire case back, alligator-skin strap, double adjustable deployant buckle in 18K white gold, water resistant to 30 meters/100 feet. Individually numbered mechanical Manufacture movement with manual winding Cartier caliber 9611 MC. Movement details: 138 parts, 20 jewels, dimensions of 28.6 mm x 28.6 mm, a thickness of 3.97 mm, 28,800 vibrations per hour and approx. 72 hours of power reserve. Case dimensions: 38.7 mm x 47 mm x 47.4 mm, 9.4 mm thick.