Cartier Vendome 166920Cartier Vendome 166920

Cartier Panthere Vendome Ref. 166920

Cartier has long epitomized sophistication, appealing to royalty, celebrities, and dignitaries alike. However, in recent times, Cartier’s allure has extended to everyday individuals as well.

The Cartier Panthere Vendome watch seamlessly blends two distinct styles. Firstly, it features the iconic Panthere, a sleek symbol that Cartier has championed since 1914. In 1983, amidst an era of opulence and extravagance, Cartier introduced the Panthere watch, exuding luxury and refinement. Renowned personalities adorned themselves with this timepiece, elevating its status. What distinguishes this iteration is its circular design, paying homage to the illustrious Place Vendome in Paris.

Place Vendome serves as a hub for luminaries, fashion mavens, and elite society. Sporting the Cartier watch in this distinguished locale evokes a sense of living out a glamorous fantasy. Yet, its appeal transcends mere special occasions; it is crafted to endure the test of time, destined to become an heirloom for future generations. This particular Vendome Panthere is accompanied by its original paperwork, giving it that little extra


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Brand Cartier
Movement Quartz
Model Panthere Vendome
Diameter 24 mm
Reference 166920
Bracelet/strap: Steel/gold
Year of production (circa) 1995
Set Content Original papers
Material Gold / steel
Warranty 2 year (AWCo)
Crystal Sapphire
Dial color Silver

Cartier was founded by Louis-Francois Cartier in Paris in 1847. As number 59 on the Forbes most valuable brands list, it is safe to say that Cartier is a household name in the world of jewelry and watches.

Don’t be fooled by the glitter and glamour of the brand though. There is serious watchmaking heritage present here. Think, for instance, of the introduction of the men’s wristwatch. Up until the early 20th century, wristwatches were for women only. But then in 1904, the Brazilian dandy pilot Santos Dumont asked Louis Cartier for a more convenient solution to replace his cumbersome pocket watch. Cartier designed the Santos, the world’s first ever wristwatch for men. Who knows, we may have been Amsterdam Pocket Watch Company today, without Cartier’s massive influence on fashion!

Cartier is primarily known for its classic designs. Another famous example is the Tank. Inspired by a Renault tank from the WWI era, the rectangular case resembles the footprint of those early threaded vehicles. Like the Santos, its design has hardly changed in over a century.

The recipe is clear: white dials, heat-blued hands, stark black Roman numerals and a sapphire cabochon in the crown. We try not to be too liberal with the term iconic, but it surely applies here! Countless variations in case shapes, sizes, movement types and materials have been made. From the Ronde to the Pasha and from the Baignoire to the Ceinture. A fun detail is the signature below six o’ clock. “Swiss” indicates that these are Swiss made watches. But some come with a “Paris” designation, signaling those examples were sold in Cartier’s flagship store in Paris, Place Vendôme. A particularly desirable and collectible feature.

Cartier remained a family business until 1964. Today, it is part of the Richemont group, like IWC, Jaeger-LeCoultre and Panerai, among many others. The classical designs remain a favorite among collectors and fashionistas alike.

If it is a timeless watch you are after, Cartier could just be perfect for you. Most of its designs are based on themes over a century old. And they have looked fresh and relevant ever since. We are confident they will remain so for a long, long time to come!


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Year of production (circa)



Gold / steel



Dial color





24 mm



Set Content

Original papers