The Maison Cartier is a French luxury brand founded by Louis-Francois Cartier in 1847 and is known for the most breathtaking jewelery pieces the world has ever seen. Dedicated to creating masterpieces that are meant to be fresh but also to transcend time and the ephemeral fashion, Cartier was proclaimed as "Jeweler to Kings" by none other than the Prince of Wales. The same timeless design philosophy can be seen on a collection of watches forged from a combination of sterling silver and gold and is thus named Cartier Vermeil. Coming in round or rectangular forms, the case measures between 22mm to 31mm and features a blue sapphire cabochon crown. On the Cartier Vermeils face are black Roman or Arabic numerals or simply just the hour and minute hands, in blued steel or plated in gold. Set in motion by a Quartz mechanism, the Cartier Vermeil is a pretty straightforward classic.