The annual Geneva International Watch and Clock Fair is being held in full swing at the Palexpo Exhibition Center in Switzerland. The exhibition is now the 25th. Each session reflects to us the aesthetics and craftsmanship of high-end watches with a new look. As a well-known watch brand participating in the exhibition, Parmigiani has released a number of new products at this exhibition. The watch to be shown below is the new model of the Tonda 1950 Skeleton. The watch is displayed with exquisite hollow art. The unique skills of the brand.
Case in 18K rose gold
39 mm diameter
The Parmigiani Tonda 1950 Skeleton full skeleton watch reveals the amazingly complex mechanical devices and characteristics of ultra-thin watches. It is a tribute to simple and ultra-thin models, and it shows a kind of adherence to the tradition of watchmaking A insistence on the use of simple lines to create immortal beauty.
Although the watch is hollow, it has a delicate dial
Through the mirror, you can clearly see the beauty of the hands between the disks.
Polished and beautiful internal parts
This watch is different in that the Tonda 1950 Skeleton full skeleton watch has a dial, and the sapphire dial makes the dial perfect in appearance. Only a slight metal is applied to the bezel, which makes the movement elegant when embedded in the case. As for the Parmigiani logo on the dial, the usual arrangement and placement will destroy the harmonious beauty of the openwork movement. Therefore, the form of inlay on the top of the dial is intimately used.
Case thickness is only 8.4 mm
The crown and lugs are beautifully polished and elegantly shaped
Very detailed handling
See-through beauty at a glance
This skeleton watch is equipped with a PF705 self-winding mechanical movement. Each bridge and main splint of the movement is open-worked with hollows, and the inside corners can be seen by the naked eye. They are entirely hand-crafted, which fully demonstrates Parmigiani’s exquisiteness. Watchmaking skills.
Summary: The five-day Geneva Haute Horlogerie show presented a unique visual feast for us, and we look forward to the reporting group in front of the Watch House to bring us more exciting content. For more details, please click on the watch live event in Geneva: