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When it comes to signature motifs, nobody owns the panther like Cartier does. Jaquet Droz has its birds. Omega has James Bond. But for Cartier, the panther has been an authentic, recurring design motif since 1914, when Louis Cartier designed the company’s first wristwatch with a "panther-spot" motif. It was inspired by a painting he had commissioned called Dame à la panthère, depicting an elegantly dressed woman with a panther at her feet. At the turn of the 19th century, the panther was a popular symbol of feminine power and elegance.
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