Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda 1950, rose gold
The Tonda 1950 in rose gold is offered with a choice a three dial colors.
The elegant aesthetic signature of the Tonda 1950 is the reason why this model has become a brand best seller. The name of the Tonda 1950 is a tribute to Parmigiani Fleurier's founder, with 1950 being the year Michel Parmigiani was born. The pure design of this ultra-thin watch marks a return to the brand's fundamental visual identity and is designed for men looking for elegance and a touch of distinction.
The polished 18-carat rose gold case measures 39mm in diameter with a thickness of only 8mm. It is complemented by an anti-reflective sapphire crystal and a sapphire crystal caseback. This model comes in three versions: with a grained white dial, or a slate or abyss blue opaline sandblasted dial. The indices are rose gold plated and the delta-shaped hands are skeletonised.
At just 2.6mm thick, the PF701 movement owes its slim profile to an off-centred micro-rotor directly integrated into the main plate. This component winds the movement, which has an autonomy of 42 hours. The finishings include Côtes de Genève and a circular-grained plate, while the platinum micro-rotor is decorated with a guilloché "Grain d'Orge" pattern.
Calibre PF701 © Parmigiani
The three models are fitted with a Hermès Havana alligator strap with 18-carat rose gold folding clasp and are priced at 19,500 CHF.
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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