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Kalpa Kalparisma

The Kalpa collection was one of the very first women’s collections created by Parmigiani Fleurier. This standard-setting series of watches has evolved into a number of sub-brands including: Kalpa Kalparisma, Kalpa Donna and Kalpa Piccola.

Made specifically for the elegant woman of style, the collection has moved away from Parmigiani’s characteristic round dials and instead sports a decidedly trendy rectangular outline which adds to the collection’s appeal. The design is narrow and handcrafted for women, in a timeless studded strap construction.

The stunning newcomer in this collection – the Kalpa Kalparisma with white gold snow setting, is set to dazzle fine watch-loving ladies from the region, with its unabashed sense of style and glamorous, bejeweled magnetism packed in its svelte rectangular casing. The lustrous diamond coated dial is set with 714 diamonds that give the watch a snow-clad face, where the delta shaped hands show through clearly. The 18-ct white gold case is also set with 665 diamonds, making this a veritable gem of fine watchmaking wizardry.

To add to its evident charms, the Kalpa Kalparisma with white gold snow setting comes with a Hermes black alligator strap with and 18-ct white gold pin setting and is powered by the PF342 automatic winding movement. This timepiece has a power reserve of 55 hours and its dimensions measure 28.70 x 35.90 mm and is fitted with a Hermès Black alligator strap with 18-ct white gold pin buckle set with 112 diamonds of 0.37 cts. The watch is water resistant to 30 meters.

Parmigiani Fleurier chose industrial independence very early on in its history. This provides the freedom to practice cutting-edge watchmaking, versatile and technically advanced, enabling creativity to be expressed without limitations. In just a few years, a manufacture was set up with the aim of mastering all the components of a watch.

The dials and their meticulous decorations; the cases in their most complex designs; but also the heart of the watch, the regulating organ and its balance-spring, and each of the tiny screws and gears, barely visible to the naked eye, which form the movement. In the center for industrial craftsmanship, designers rub shoulders with engineers, and artisans work side-by-side with high-end watchmakers. Behind a single watch there are more than 50 professions and the history of a center of expertise, working together in the Swiss Juras region to revive the art of watchmaking, day after day.