Louis Cartier took care of the watch when wristwatches were still mainly jewellery. Super-class jewellery with a strong pinch of French refinement was his profession. In the Second French Empire, clothes and jewellery made people in particular. Since her marriage to Napoléon III, France's last monarch Eugénie was an imperial regular customer of Cartier, and from 1859 antique pocket watches were on the elegant Cartier displays on the Parisian boulevard of Italy. In the modern age of watches, VIPS and top stars, high nobility and heavy industry sunbathe in mega-events and galas with a preference for sparkling Cartier gems. With a glittering luxury brand like Cartier, it's a must that even gossipy stories entwine around them. Royal events are always in season. In 2015, the Monegasques paid homage to the princely baptized with a precious belt buckle and a Cartier watch from the 1920s.
Princess Caroline is fond of the Tiara Louis Cartier designed for her grandmother and that Grace Kelly and Liz Taylor and their successors Nicole Kidmann, Monica Bellucci, Jennifer Lopez and Liv Tyler were and are closely associated with Cartier in the past, especially when legendary stones like the 83 carat strong "Star of South Africa" are involved. Richard Burton purchased the largest diamond ever cut from Cartier for his still-or-again-wife Liz Taylor. The luxury watch specialist HORANDO is also committed to the aura of the French luxury house and uses its expertise to equip its customers with selected Cartier models. When buying luxury watches on the Internet, trust and security are paramount. With its extensive network, HORANDO is also able to fulfil the wishes for rare and coveted Cartier models from the Tank, Pasha C, Panthère, Santos, Ballon Bleue collections in a short time and at a good price-performance ratio.