Parmigiani Fleurier has released a new version of the Tonda with a deep blue dial and an 18k rose gold case.

The watch also includes powdered rose-gold details including rose-gold hands for the subdials and central chronograph seconds counter. The snailed decoration underneath the hour track and inside the subdials adds depth to the dial with its concentric circular motif.

The watch runs on Calibre PF315, an automatic-winding chronograph movement. The movement is finished with bridges angled by hand and “Côtes de Genève” decoration. Its two series-coupled barrels ensure 42 hours of autonomous operation. With more than 350 components, this calibre allows for the display of hours, minutes, seconds and the date, together with its chronograph features with a large second in the center as well as hour and minute counters. The movement is visible through a sapphire crystal caseback.

The rose-gold-cased version of the Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda Métrographe is mounted on a leather strap, made by Hermès, in the brand’s “Abyss blue,” which closes with a rose-gold pin buckle. The watch features an in-house chronograph movement in a 40mm case and a black Hermes strap.

How much?

In rose gold: US$29,500

In steel/titanium: US$12,500

In steel: US$11,900


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