Parmigiani Fleurier Kalpagraphe, black and white
Two new white models and two black models use the opposites yet complementary colours symbolising the wholeness of male/female.
The white Kalpagraphe, for ladies, comes in the tonneau-shaped case typical of the collection and is crafted in polished 18-carat pink gold. The diamond-set version enhanced with 444 diamonds is a limited edition of 10 pieces. Both models feature a white sapphire dial and are worn on a white rubber strap with 18-ct rose gold pin buckle.
Kalpagraphe white © Parmigiani Fleurier
The men's Kalpagraphe, for its part, emphasises darker hues: Its gloss black steel case is paired with a black rubber strap and a grey sapphire dial. The black of the case is obtained thanks to a treatment known as ADLC (Amorphous Diamond-like Carbon), which is highly wear-resistant with a flawless finish to meet the highest expectations. Two versions are available: a monochrome model in steel and ADLC, and a more precious version featuring pink gold on its dial and on the chronograph crown and chronograph pushers.
The black and white models have the same size (44.45 x 39.2 mm) and are powered by the self-winding chronograph movement Calibre PF334, offering a power reserve of 50 hours. The sapphire caseback reveals the Côtes de Genève, the beveled bridges, the circular graining plate and the 18-ct oscillating weigh with "grain d'orge" guillochage.
Kalpagraphe black © Parmigiani Fleurier
- Kalpagraphe white: CHF 37,900 / diamond-set model: CHF 49,500
- Kalpagraphe black steel ADLC: CHF 17,000 / steel ADLC and rose gold: CHF 19,000
One of the more recent success stories of the Swiss watchmaking industry, Parmigiani Fleurier emerged from the close relationship between watchmaker Michel Parmigiani and the Sandoz Family Foundation.Find out more >
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