École Annual Calendar


52,500 CHF

LAURENT FERRIER revisits his École Annual Calendar, venturing into the field of colour. Resplendent in blue and orange, this creation is offered in an online limited edition of only 10 pieces, each of them numbered and engraved as "Série Atelier II". 


. Galvanic blue vertical satin-brushed in the centre and circular satin-brushed hour ring

. Vintage-inspired date numerals, grey powder-coated hour ring and "31" in light blue

. Small seconds at 6 o'clock, with circular satin-brushed outer ring and fine azurage in the centre

. Bevelled counters for days and months at 12 o'clock


Material: Stainless steel
Dimension: 40 mm diameter
Crown: Stainless steel ball-shaped
Thickness: 12.64 mm
Water resistance: 
30 m - 3 ATM


Manual-winding LF126.01 calibre
Swiss lever escapement
Screw balance

Indicators: central hours and minutes. Small seconds at 6 o'clock, power reserve indicator on the movement side.

DateCentral hands for the date

. Day disc and month disc (automatic adjustment for 30- and 31-day months). Only one correction necessary on 1 March)
. Semi-instantaneous calendar. Semi-instantaneous counters for days and months.
. Clockwise and anti-clockwise calendar adjustment in the middle position

Diameter: 31.60 mm (14’’’)
Thickness: 5.80 mm
Frequency: 3Hz (21,600 vibrations/hour) 
Power reserve: 80 hours
Number of components: 235
Number of jewels: 23


. Hand-sewn navy or orange Nubuck leather, navy Alcantara lining
. Pin buckle in stainless steel


Download user's manual: EN | FR | CN 


This hand-wound movement incorporates a Swiss lever escapement and offers a power reserve of up to 80 hours. The power reserve indicator is placed on the movement and visible on the caseback. Much appreciated by purists, the long-blade ratchet, characteristic of LAURENT FERRIER manual movements, here boasts a polished bassiné finish, handcrafted in the brand's own workshops.

Each bridge is adorned with spotless Côtes de Genève decoration, and ruthenium plating. The plate is embellished with beading while the edges and inner edges are chamfered and then polished by hand, just like the screw heads. The art of watchmaking in its purest form.

Manual Winding

Long-blade ratchet pawl

80-hour power reserve