Parmigiani Fleurier: Toric | SIHH 2019

Each year in Janary, the SIHH in Geneva becomes a place to meet, to exchange points of view and make new discoveries for watch enthusiasts and experts. At the heart of the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie are always the latest creations in watchmaking. This year, Parmigiani Fleurier presented new additions to its iconic Toric collection.

Toric Chronometre Slate


Parmigiani Fleurier has revisited the aesthetics of the first watch designed by its founder, introducing a new dial. The slate-colored dial features a captivating hand-engraved guilloché decoration that evokes the spiral structure of a pine cone – one of the innumerable examples of the Golden

  • PFC423-1600201-HA1241
  • Ratio found in the natural world.
  • Automatic, COSC certified movement
  • Hand-engraved guilloché decoration

Toric Hemispheres Retrograde Slate


The Toric Hémisphères Rétrograde Slate unites an iconic collection – the first collection created by Michel Parmigiani – with the world of travel. Its self-winding mechanical movement displays the time in any two locations, correct to the nearest minute, thanks to its two independent time indicators.

  • PFC493-1000200-HA1242
  • Automatic, COSC certified
  • Hand-engraved guilloché decoration

Toric Perpetual Calendar Retrograde

Parmigiani Fleurier has taken one of the very finest complications – the perpetual calendar – and placed it at the heart of its most classic, timeless watch: the Toric. With a precision moon phase
accurate for 122 years and retrograde perpetual date, this watch is the most complex and accomplished of calendar timepieces.

  • PFH427-1600200-HA1241- Slate
  • PFH427-1602400-HA1241- Grained white
  • Aventurine disk for the sky in moon phase complication
  • Precision moon phase for North and South hemispheres
  • The slate version also features hand-engraved guilloché decoration

Toric Capitole


The Toric Capitole represents the passage of time in its most literal sense. The numerals flow and constantly move in a sequence around the calibrated time scale. This timepiece was inspired by Michel Parmigiani’s restoration experience and his work done on an 18th Century pocket watch from the Sandoz Family Foundation. The development of this new movement was nothing short of a feat as the movement required being created 10 times smaller than the original in order to fit a wristwatch.

  • PFH476-1001300-HA1241
  • Hand-wound
  • Minute repeater with cathedral chimes
  • Sector display movement
  • Hand-engraved rose gold dial
  • Diamond cabochon
  • Unique Piece
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