The Baignoire is a watch of many faces. Born in Paris in the late 1950s, its perfect oval underwent a transformation in 1960s Swinging London, stretching its forms to adorn women's wrists with a mix of elegance and extravagance. Renamed Baignoire Allongée, it continues to prove that nothing succeeds like excess, when in expert hands. Its latest asset? A pink gold bezel whose sculpted spikes borrow from Cartier's jewellery idiom and the Clous de Paris hobnail design. Adding to this tactile appeal, the dial is ablaze with a carpet of diamonds. This sensual, precious, original harmony is completed by a manual-winding mechanical movement whose reliable timekeeping connoisseurs will enjoy.