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Secret watch with phoenix decor
Cartier’s one-of-a-kind phoenix-shaped wristwatch, which makes its debut in April, is made of 18 carat, rhodium-plated white gold. It uses emeralds for the eyes and has one pear-shaped, portrait-cut diamond weighing 3.53 carats. The piece, part of the Merveilles du Nil de Cartier collection, is covered with 3,010 brilliant-cut diamonds totaling 80.13 carats. Cartier is owned by Richemont.
For more information: www.cartier.us