Pasha De Cartier Watch Collection

The distinctive design of the Cartier Pasha stands out while also remaining faithful to the Cartier watchmaking tradition.
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The distinctive design of the Cartier Pasha stands out while also remaining faithful to the Cartier watchmaking tradition.

Cartier

Pasha

W2PA0008

£ 8,850

Cartier

Pasha

WSPA0012

£ 5,150

Cartier

Pasha

WSPA0009

£ 6,050

Cartier

Pasha

WSPA0013

£ 5,550

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About Pasha De Cartier Watches

The Pasha De Cartier timepiece has an intriguing origin story spanning back to 1943 and the time of the Ottoman Empire. Where the Pasha of Marrakesh Thami El Glaoui asked Louis Cartier to create him a unique gold timepiece that would be suitable for use in his swimming pool and that could be worn for political functions. The former being the more difficult task, the first Cartier Pasha was designed with a watertight cap over the crown. Though there is no official proof the timepiece was ever created, save one photograph that suggests the contour of a similar design.

Factually, the modern Pasha De Cartier was created by the legendary designer Gerald Genta in 1985 when then CEO Alain-Dominique Perrin requested he design a timepiece for the Maison. When Gerald designed the Pasha De Cartier watch he created it with distinctive Vendôme lugs, and the screw-down crown cap with a chain attaching it to the case.