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Watch spread: tonneau to trapezium

Non-circular timepieces to break away from the norm.

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    Part of Cartier’s Prive collection that focuses on updates to its heritage designs, the Tank Asymetrique cuts a striking form with its trapezoid case and off-centre hour markers. Having first appeared in 1936, it looks as unique as it did more than eight decades ago. This pink gold version is powered by 1917 MC, an in-house hand-wound movement, and measures 47.15mm by 26.2mm.

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