Parmigiani Fleurier Toric Rattrapante, White Gold

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Limited to just 10 pieces, this early Parmigiani Toric Rattrapante combines a classic design with a modern touch. While the split-seconds complication is a coveted function in and of itself, the watch is further distinguished by its reworked movement and intriguing design.


Straddling the borders of independent and larger-scale watchmaking, Parmigiani Fleurier has often been overlooked, and is only discussed in select collecting circles. Officially created by Michel Parmigiani in 1996, the brand itself is young, and in its earliest days held a strong connection to traditional watchmaking, backed by Parmigiani’s work in restoration before beginning his own brand.

The earliest pieces produced by Parmigiani Fleurier are characterised by elegant styling, influenced by various concepts introduced during the Hellenistic period, such as the golden ratio and Greek columns. Through the generous backing of the Sandoz Family Foundation in a form of a patron-artist relationship, Parmigiani Fleurier were able to create a clear, coherent aesthetic that stayed true to their artistic spirit without compromise.