42mm Jumbo Jaeger-LeCoultre 8000MC Edition in 18kt Yellow Gold W3019551
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|Case material||Yellow gold|
|Year of production||Unknown|
|Condition||(Mint condition, without signs of wear)|
|Scope of delivery||
Original box, original papers
|Location||United States of America, New York, New York|
|Availability||Item is in stock|
|Case material||Yellow gold|
|Case diameter||42 mm|
Cartier Pasha 42mm Jumbo Jaeger-LeCoultre 8000MC Edition in 18kt Yellow Gold. The 42mm diameter circular solid gold case, screwed lugs, and flat, angled bezel are polished. The dial is silver with concentric circle guilloche in petals. It has black Arabic numerals on the quarter hours and there is a square railway-style minute/second scale. It includes blued sword hour and minute hands, and a center sweep second hand with a spade-shaped counterbalance. It has a gold screw-down winding crown set with a sapphire cabochon and is secured with a gold Cartier safety lock chain. It’s water resistant to 30 meters/100 feet, it has a 52-hour power reserve at full winding, and the 8mm thick case, dial, and movement are all signed. It's fitted on an alligator leather strap with an 18k yellow-gold deployment buckle.
This Cartier Pasha 42mm Automatic W3019551 has a mechanical automatic self-winding 8000 MC movement. It's rhodium plated with cotes de Geneve embellishment. It's constructed a with a total of 179 components, featuring 27 jewels, a straight-line lever escapement, and a shock absorber device. It includes a monometallic balance, a self-compensating flat balance-spring, and a hacking seconds device for precision time setting. This Double-Barrel system offers a stunning power reserve of approximately 52 hours. The mechanism oscillates at a frequency of 28,800 vph (4 Hz).
Cartier and Jaeger-LeCoultre, A meeting that was meant to happen: Jaeger-LeCoultre & Cartier return to the historical collaboration
In 1847 Louis-Francois Cartier founds the Maison Cartier. Very quickly the jeweller earns international fame and becomes the official supplier to several Royal Courts all over the world. The first watch-making creations can be traced to the second half of the 19th century in the Cartier archives of Rue de la Paix. At the time, Cartier entrusts the movements of their watches to the greatest watchmakers of their time (Vacheron, Constantin, Bredillard, Dagonneau, Prevost, Verger). The year of 1898 is the true stepping stone for the jeweler's watch-making activity, it is the year Louis Cartier joins his father. Creations gather momentum and the need for a creative rapport with a movement manufacturer becomes greater and greater. Jaeger will be the manufacturer chosen by Cartier; like two peas in a pod, both share an immense curiosity and an acute sense of innovation.
Established in Paris in 1880, the Alsatian watchmaker and inventor, Edmond Jaeger, (1858-1922) has immense prestige and is greatly honored by all the professionals. In 1903, Cartier is Edmond Jaeger's main client. Projects are growing in number and the watchmaker, who only has a small workshop in Paris, can no longer answer Cartier's demands and finds it even more difficult to develop the extra-flat calibres Cartier has invented. Cartier needs to expand and wants the best; hence they call on Jacques-David LeCoultre.
The Manufacture LeCoultre & Cie was created in 1833 in the Joux valley, it is a family business managed by Jacques-David LeCoultre and his father. At the time the Manufacture boasted 500 employees that master to perfection all the watch-making skills.
In April 1903 the relationship between Edmond Jaeger and Jacques-David LeCoultre grows stronger. Together, they decide to make and manufacture a new generation of extra-flat calibres. These extraordinary movements make it possible to conciliate the very small sizes of wristwatches to the precision and accuracy of the mechanism.
A true partnership is born; which will later lead up to the creation of the Jaeger-LeCoultre brand.
Art and know-how, the root and form of the business, and audacity as the key to a forecasted success.
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The Cartier brothers were true trailblazers as they foresaw the prestigious future that the wristwatch could have. In 1907 they sign a contract with Edmond Jaeger, in which the watch maker guarantees them the exclusivity of the chronometer production, as well as of watches with a flat movement and all future inventions. The only thing the Cartier brothers offer as collateral is a minimum guaranteed order. This same year, the Manufacture LeCoultre produces the flattest calibre in the world, then 2 years later, a minute rectangular calibre. These technical marvels will also equip Cartier models. Cartier forwards to Edmond Jaeger's Parisian workshop the drawings of their innovative watch making creations. Jaeger and LeCoultre are in charge of solving the technical problems and of manufacturing them. They are perfect exchanges; thanks to them we have the Santos de Cartier and the Tank watches, but also eclipse pocket watches and the 8-day wristwatches, etc.
Driven by the same passion for excellence, Jacques-David LeCoultre, Edmond Jaeger, and the Cartier brothers perpetuate the collaboration that will benefit the three Maisons. In 1919 Cartier renews its exclusivity contract with Jaeger, it will last up to 1934. The relationship between Jaeger-LeCoultre and Cartier will last for over a century.
Cartier and Jaeger-LeCoultre opened up a new chapter in the history of their long and fruitful collaboration with this beautiful masterpiece. Together they signed the 8000 MC calibre for this special Pasha de Cartier 42mm watch.
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