Parmigiani Fibonacci Pocket Watch: The Survival Of Extreme Crafts

As if a poetic chant of the beauty of nature and creation, the Fibonacci pocket watch is a tribute to the rich creative source of Parmigiani: superb artistic performance, excellent technical performance and five senses harmony. From the aesthetic and mechanical accomplishments that reflect each other and reflect the realm of completely controlling the ultimate craftsmanship, this pocket watch glorifies the origin of Parmigiani’s birth history and the restoration of watches and clocks, which is the soul of the brand since its establishment. Ultra-complex functions, enamel art, gem setting, and engraving techniques are all the treasures revealed by Fibonacci pocket watches for the world. The unique Fibonacci pocket watch is a masterpiece respected by the greatest mathematicians of the Middle Ages: he is Leonardo Pisano, nicknamed Fibonacci, and is famous for bringing Arabic numbers to Europe, inventing the ‘Fibonacci’ Fischer series, and the 1,618 golden ratio Through the ages. For many people, this sacred value exists in the mysterious nature of nature; when we look at the growth and arrangement of nautilus spirals or petals, we often find specific connections between the two. For this reason, Parmigiani chose the decorative pattern of water lilies for Fibonacci pocket watches to convey the symbol of the beauty of life. The petals that unfold one by one on the floating lotus leaves are the reproduction of the Fibonacci spiral. Fibonacci pocket watches are carved antisymmetrically. The front and back double watch covers are decorated with the same pattern of water lilies, but when the double-sided watch covers are opened, the water lilies on both sides can be seen to look at each other, demonstrating the symmetrical beauty. Made of large open fire semi-transparent enamel technology and inlaid with precious stones, the lotus on the double case cover is flashing with unparalleled light and deep depth, and the 288 ladder diamonds inlaid with the bezel are even more impressive. The dial also has the theme of water lilies. The subtle thing is that the pattern is composed of carefully cut semi-precious stones. The flower part is rose pyroxene, the emerald is transformed into lotus leaves, and the pond is interpreted with black agate. The low-key bright diamonds of diamonds on the lotus leaves are the time markers, and the subtle design ensures that the time is not disturbed. The material of the timer is pink or green mother-of-pearl. The mechanism of the Fibonacci pocket watch is the crystallization of Parmigiani’s advanced watchmaking technology. Its movement with the functions of three questions, perpetual calendar and moon phase is also engraved with delicate patterns on the bridge, echoing the lotus theme of the pocket watch. The bracelet connected to the pocket watch with a spring buckle is itself a high jewelry craftsmanship. Shaped with a series of blooming waterlily petals, the platinum link on the bracelet is set with a total of 2,309 brilliant turning diamonds, 12 emeralds, 14 rubies and 1 sapphire. The Fibonacci platinum pocket watch, which was first published in 1996, was set with more than 50 carats of diamonds; it took more than three years for each craftsman to fully utilize the essence of his craftsmanship.