The Pasha de Cartier has been an undeniable icon of the brand since it was first released in 1985. Its name comes from the word for a high rank official in the Ottoman Empire and the Kingdom of Morocco. It is a symbol of power and force. Far from classic watchmaking codes, it captivates with its strong lines and surprising style. The collection is expanding this year with a very feminine 35 mm version and a more masculine 41 mm chronograph. A closer look at this cult piece by Cartier.
The 41 mm Pasha chronograph, technical and masculine
This self-winding chronograph powered by calibre 1904-CH MC features a 41 mm stainless steel case and fluted crown cap, crown and push-pieces set with synthetic spinels. The silvered flinqué dial is adorned with diamond-shaped hands. The watch is delivered with two straps, one in steel with a SmartLink adjustment system and another in dark grey alligator skin with an interchangeable steel folding buckle. The model is water resistant to 10 bar (100 metres). It is an elegant unique timepiece that will leave no one indifferent.
The 35 mm automatic Pasha, undeniably feminine
This 35 mm timepiece is equipped with a self-winding mechanical movement, calibre 1847 MC. It is a very feminine watch featuring a steel case with an 18-carat rose gold (750/1000) bezel. It has a fluted crown cap and crown set with synthetic spinels as well as a silvered flinqué dial adorned with diamond-shaped hands. Meanwhile, the bracelet is crafted in 18-carat rose gold (750/1000) and steel and fitted with the SmartLink adjustment system. There is a second strap option in navy blue alligator with an interchangeable steel folding buckle. Like its chronograph sibling, this automatic watch is water resistant to 10 bar. You will not go unnoticed with its luxurious materials and sensual look.
Cartier elegantly revisits this watch created in 1985, closely focusing on details, refinement and materials. If, like us, you are under its spell, you will find it at the Molitor shop.