The Timepiece: The Parmigiani Toric Quaestor Labyrinthe

The Timepiece: The Parmigiani Toric Quaestor Labyrinthe
The Parmigiani Toric Quaestor Labyrinthe

Parmigiani Fleurier found inspiration in Greek mythology in particular the labyrinth invented by the architect Daedalus to incarcerate the Minotaur.

The dial of the Parmigiani Toric Quaestor Labyrinthe consists of a Burmese jade disk onto which an open-worked white gold plate beveled by hand is superimposed to form the branching passages of the labyrinth.

 

Under the jade green — a material that is bound to appeal to the Asian market — the timepiece hides a minute repeater with two “cathedral” gongs and a flywheel that allows the minute repeater to operate without any mechanical humming.

The watch comes with an Hermès alligator strap in a limited edition of just five pieces.