Parmigiani Fleurier revealed the Tondagraph GT Steel Silver Black and the Tondagraph GT Rose Gold Silver Black timepieces. The two newest models feature a bicolor silvered dial with a clou triangulaire guilloché motif and a trio of black subdials.
The Tondagraph GT Steel Silver Black’s 42-mm case isforged in polished and satin-brushed stainless steel. Its silver-and-black dial has rhodium-plated indexes. The watch houses the automatic Caliber PF043 that enables the rare horological pairing of a chronograph with an annual calendar. The Delta-shaped hands with black luminescent coating display the time while the date appears prominently in a large double aperture at 12 o’clock. Subdials at 9 and 6 o’clock feature the chronograph readouts and the 3 o’clock subdial serves the dual functions of a running seconds indicator and a display of the month. This indicator requires adjustment only once per year, from February to March.
The automatic movement can be admired behind a sapphire case back that beautifully displays the 22k gold rotor, providing a power reserve of 45 hours and showcasing a host of decorative finishes, including the circular côtes de Genève pattern on the bridges.
Parmigiani Fleurier Tondagraph GT Rose Gold Silver Black is offered in two executions, mounted on either an integrated, ergonomically crafted bracelet or a textured black rubber strap. At 42 mm in diameter, its 18k rose gold case is given a meticulous array of polished and brushed finishing and its fluted bezel frames the striking, high-contrast dial. The watch is powered by the in-house Caliber PF071, a COSC chronometer-certified movement based on Parmigiani’s innovative and GPHG award-winning Caliber PF361 and storing a 65-hour power reserve.
The steel models retail for $20,400 and $21,500 on rubber strap and steel bracelet, respectively. The gold models retail for $45,300 on rubber strap and $72,500 on solid gold bracelet. All are available at www.parmigianiamericas.com and authorized retailers.