29 May 2008
PARMIGIANI, "TORIC TOURBILLON"
950 PLATINUM MANUAL-WINDING TOURBILLON WRISTWATCH
NO. 7058, CIRCA 2000
Calibre PF 280, 20 jewels, gold chatons, monometallic screw balance, visible tourbillon regulator, steel carriage, the transparent dial revealing the "Cotes de Geneve" decorated bridges, blued steel javelin hands, in three-part case, double-stepped reeded bezel, transparent back fastened by four screws, cabochon sapphire-set crown, 950 platinum Parmigiani buckle, case and movement signed
Diameter: 40 mm.
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Accompanied by a Parmigiani presentation box and certificate.
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