Geneva’s Luxury Show Grows With Time

More than 7,000 retailers and guests viewed an extensive array of new timepieces by Car-tier, Baume & Mercier, Piaget, Franck Muller and Dunhill at the sixth annual Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, the luxury watch show founded by the Cartier Group. The event was held in April in Geneva, Switzerland. This year's show offered a wider slice of the conveniences that befit the term "luxury." It was held in a new exhibition area with twice the space used last year, allowing many more private meeting rooms, greater showcase area and more open space for attendees and exhibitors. Cartier's major launch was the Tank Francaise, which features a square bezel with silver-grained dial and blue-steel sword-shaped hands under a sapphire crystal. The octagonal crown is capped with a sapphire cabochon. The watch comes in four sizes in three versions -- quartz, automatic and split-secon
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