Introducing: The Parmigiani Tonda 1950 Set Galaxy, And Tonda 1950 Météorite Cold North Special Edition
The Tonda 1950 Météorite Cold North Special Edition.
As with the other shooting star dial forms, the crude shooting star is cut and treated in a progression of corrosive showers, to improve its common gem structure. The dial is then given a galvanic surface covering. This is the first occasion when that a Tonda 1950 Météorite has been offered in a titanium case, too, and Parmigiani is likewise delivering new forms of the pit blue and dark nickel models – additionally with titanium cases.
The measurements continue as before, at 39mm x 7.97mm, and cost at dispatch is $19,500 (down from $20,500 for the rose gold rendition of the chasm blue Météorite).
The Tonda 1950 Set Galaxy is additionally determined by type PF702, and is just somewhat thicker than the Météorite adaptations, at 39mm x 8.4mm. In this occasion, the aventurine utilized is aventurine glass, instead of the mineral aventurine, which is a kind of quartz. Incidentally, this is an illustration of an impersonation giving its name to the first substance – aventurine glass was found coincidentally, in the popular glass-blowing focal point of Murano (a gathering of firmly connected islands only north of Venice) in the eighteenth century. The name comes from the Italian, per avventura, which signifies “by some coincidence.” The case is rose gold, and the bezel is set with 84 jewels. Cost at dispatch is $23,900.
The Tonda 1950 Set Galaxy: case, rose gold, 39mm x 8.4mm, 30m water safe; bezel set with 84 jewels totalling 0.6460 carats. Dial, blue aventurine glass with 18k rose gold files. Development, PF702, 30mm x 2.6mm, running at 21,600 vph in 29 gems; 48 hour power save. The Tonda 1950 Météorite Cold North extraordinary release: development, type PF702 too; case in titanium, at 39mm x 7.97mm, and 30m water opposition. Ties by Hermès.
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