PERSHING SAMBA MADEIRA by Parmigiani Fleurier

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October 2013

The outline of the guitar on the dial of this unique piece, with the tourbillon cage acting as its rosette, takes on the colours of the Brazilian flag and is made of wood marquetry so fine in its detail that the six individual strings of the guitar are the mere width of a strand of hair. Encased in titanium, with an 18-carat gold bezel, the PF calibre 510 hand-wound 30-second tourbillon with its 237 components powers the Pershing Samba Madeira for a full seven days (192 hours) before any winding is needed. The fine finish of the movement, which has Côtes de Genève decoration and hand-bevelled edges, is visible through the transparent sapphire crystal case back, which is surrounded by the engraved reminders that this is a “Modèle Unique”.

Source: Europa Star October - November 2013 Magazine Issue