Aventurine glass, also known as goldstone or sandstone contains tiny crystals of metallic copper that give it a shimmering effect like gold. The dial of the Tonda 1950 Galaxy, is made of the sparkly material, surrounded by a bezel embedded with 84 diamonds (0.6460 carats), and presented in a fully polished 18K rose gold case and bracelet. This is all finished off with a milky white opal on the end of the 4.3 mm crown.

The dial has 18K rose gold applied indices and Delta-shaped rose gold hour and minute hands with a luminescent treatment.

This feminine watch measures 39 mm x 8.4 mm and is powered by automatic caliber PF702 which runs at 3Hz, has 160 components, 29 jewels, and a 48-hour power reserve. The immaculately finished micro-rotor movement features Geneva stripes and beveled edges, all visible through a sapphire caseback.

The individual number and “EDITION SPECIALE” are engraved on caseback. Water-resistance is 30 meters. (Ref. PFC288-1062500-B10002)

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