Review On New UK Luxury Pasha De Cartier Replica Watches Of High Quality For Sale

The high quality fake Pasha de Cartier is king for the year. Sensational new Santos-Dumont pieces, the all-new Maillon jewelry watch collection and an exquisite Privé watch add to this year’s excitement.
COVID or no COVID, Cartier forged right ahead with some spellbinding new watches in 2020. From a refresh of the legendary Pasha to a celebration of the Santos-Dumont to a whole new jewelry-watch collection, the brand didn’t let the pandemic stand in its way. We all have needed things to be excited about this year, and Cartier replica provided them in spades.
The Pasha of your Dreams

It’s the year of the Pasha for Cartier, with a modern take on the watch that was certainly avant-garde when it launched. It’s been 35 years since the introduction of the Pasha in 1985 to much scrutiny and fanfare. Cartier has taken the original design to a whole new level for 2020.
The Pasha is named for the Pasha of Morocco, Thami El Glaoui, who ordered a one-of-a-kind watch from Louis Cartier in the early 1930s. This original Pasha was designed to withstand El Glaoui’s active lifestyle. In particular, he wanted a water-resistant watch that could handle a couple of knocks on the dial. Cartier addressed the water resistance by equipping the watch with a crown cover, thus blocking water from seeping in from the crown. For impact resistance, Cartier covered the watch in a steel grid to protect the dial.
Gérald Genta Brings the Modern Pasha to Life
The Pasha of Morocco’s made-to-order watch remained a one-of-a-kind piece, but its bold design was not to be abandoned. Over 50 years later, in 1985, none other than watchmaking legend Gérald Genta designed the Pasha we know today. This year, 35 years later, the blue hands fake Cartier Pasha is revamped from the inside out, staying faithful to its initial design.
On the inside, the new Pasha de Cartier copy with Swiss movement is equipped with an in-house automatic movement. And the 1847 MC, in all of its glory, is visible through the sapphire caseback. As the Pasha was first made with extra protection for an active lifestyle, this watch takes its dependability a step further with anti-magnetism built into the movement. As far as water resistance is concerned, the watch’s winding crown sits underneath a chained screw-down crown cover for added protection.
Interchangeable Straps
In addition to the new crown design and sapphire crystal caseback, the luxury replica Cartier now has the option of interchangeable bracelets and straps to suit your mood. The straps are easily interchanged by Cartier’s proprietary QuickSwitch system that allows the strap or bracelet to be released with the push of a button on the underside of the attachment pin.
The new copy Pashas are available in 41mm and 35mm, and they come in three metals: steel, white gold, and pink gold. Versions of the watch are numerous and stretch from time-only steel pieces to skeletonized tourbillons, diamond-set bezels to fully set dials, bezels, and bracelets. The choice is up to you (and your bank account).

Christie’s Sets World Auction Record For A Yellow-Gold Replica Cartier Crash

With an estimate of $70,000-$90,000, an 18k gold case fake Cartier Crash offered at Christie’s has set a new auction record, hitting a remarkable $225,000 before premiums. The sale took place last night and, thanks to several high-performing lots, Christie’s totaled almost $7.75M while celebrating a handful of records – including one from the sale of this iconic model from Cartier.

This specific Cartier Crash fake with black leather strap dates back to 1990 and includes both box and papers. Being of the earlier variety (pre-1991, though its warranty was dated in February of 1991), this crash is 43mm in length (post ’91 models use an updated case that is 38mm long), has “London” on the dial and, like all such Crash examples, was sold exclusively via the brand’s London boutique. Interestingly, in terms of possible Crash values, this example likely exists somewhere in the middle range of possible outcomes despite being a record-setting sale. It gets a significant bump for being a pre-1991 43mm example, but, being such a late example, it doesn’t share the ex
act same dial design as the original that was launched in 1967.
To understand the appeal (and value) of the older dial design, I reached out to the Crash-Whisperer himself, watch dealer and super collector Eric Ku, who told me, “The result achieved at Christie’s shows the increased interest in vintage Cartier pieces, especially like the Crash. Had it been a ’70s or ’80s version with the original-style dial, it could have easily done nearly double the result.” So, a great result for the Crash, but it would appear that there is huge potential among the earlier (and rarer) examples.

Given the general rarity of the copy Crash, comparable results are limited. Less than a month ago, at Sotheby’s November 11 “Important Watches Featuring Masterworks of Time” auction, a 1991 Paris example (part of the 400 unit limited edition) sold for CHF 90,720. In 2012, Sotheby’s sold a 1989 example (closer to that shown here) for $43,750. Going back further still, in 2005, Sotheby’s sold a 1986 Crash for $39,000. Looking at a more modern result for a London example, Phillips offered a 1987 Crash in October of 2017, and it sold for $175,000.
As with many vintage watches, if you look back into the early 2000s, pricing was, by comparison to more recent results, very low. That said, the ZF factory replica Cartier Crash – especially pre 1991 London examples – has been climbing for the better part of 10 years. Yesterday’s results at the Christie’s sale only confirm that the market is more than ready to operate in the six-figure realm when it comes to the Crash, but only time will tell where the ceiling really sits for these decidedly playful and endlessly collectible oddball Cartiers.