Dancing Free Diamonds Cartier Blue Balloon High Jewellery Watch

Jewelry and watchmaking are inextricably linked, and the two complement each other and promote each other. At the end of the 19th century, Cartier used a setting technique called ‘entremblant’ to free the diamonds from dancing and dance freely. Today, Cartier takes this as an inspiration to create an unprecedented ‘SertiVibrant’ mosaic process, showing the ultimate feminine charm and modern style.
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The dazzling light waves are constantly changing, creating a wonderful visual feast.
  This new BallonBleudeCartier Cartier blue balloon watch is full of fantasy magic, and its unique design allows diamonds to dance freely, blooming bright and soft light. Cartier’s revolutionary ‘SertiVibrant’ inlaying process has applied for many patents. Its hidden and ingenious mechanism makes the diamond beat like a heart, giving it a sparkling and energetic vitality.
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The watch throbs with the trembling of a diamond, like a jewellery with life.

Recessed crown set with a convex round sapphire.

Diamonds beat like a heart, glowing and energetic.

The watch has a slim size, and the lugs naturally connect the case and the bracelet.

18K rhodium-plated white gold bracelet set with brilliant-cut round diamonds.

The caseback bears the Cartier logo.

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