Case: 18k white gold. Exhibition case back. Sapphire crystal on both sides.
Dial: Silvered guilloché dial. Roman numerals for hours and Arabic numerals for retrograde minutes. Center sector features an engraved, rotating disc to indicate day or night. During daytime hours, a sunny scene is shown. At night, a moon replaces the sun. Signed “Cartier Paris”. Secret signature at 8 o’clock.
Movement: Manual winding Cartier caliber 9903MC. Hours and retrograde minutes. Day and night indication. 25 jewels.
Condition: Watch is in excellent condition. Case and deployante buckle have no scratches or dings. Accompanied by original carton, presentation boxes, papers, and Cartier DVD disc.
Diameter: 42mm. Thickness: 12mm.
More about Cartier:
In the 1990s, Cartier introduced the Collection Privée Cartier Paris (CPCP) in an effort to revitalize its reputation as a true, creative watchmaking house. A new focus on the development and production of high-quality, in-house movements is at the heart of the CPCP. Visible through its exhibition case back, the double “C” insignia of the CPCP beautifully decorates the plates of the present watch.
On the dial side, which is divided between retrograde hours and minutes, features an engraved disc, which rotates to show either a sunny sky, indicating daytime, or a moonlit one, indicating night.