École Annual Calendar
Blue [Archive]


52,500 CHF

The École Annual Calendar boasts a long list of features that together make it a unique timepiece. The time is indicated with LF iconic hands stamped in “Assegai” shape. A snailed small seconds dial placed at 6 o'clock gives character to the composition, while two beveled apertures, positioned at 12 o'clock, display the day and the month. Finally, the date is indicated by a red-coated hand accompanied by vintage-inspired numerals, on the edge of the dial. It offers the full array of information required for daily life while remaining uncluttered and with no unnecessary adornment.


. Hours, minutes, small second at 6 o’clock
. Calendar
. Day-disc and Month-disc 
Material: Blue dial, vertical brush finish
Hours markers: White painted
Date markers: Light blue painted, red painted
Hour and minute hands: Assegai-shaped, 18K white gold 210 Pd, white painted
Second hand: Baton-shaped, 18K white gold 210 Pd, white painted
Date hand:  Assegai-shaped, 18K white gold 210 Pd, red painted


Material: Stainless steel
Diameter: 40 mm
Thickness: 12.80 mm


. Caliber LF126.01
. Manual winding
. Swiss lever escapement
. Balance screw
. Semi-instantaneous calendar. Days and month semi-instantaneous apertures. 
Correctors: Crown for winding, time-setting, calendar central hand and months. Push button at 10 o´clock for days of the week.
. Correction forward / backward of the calendar on intermediate position of the crown. 
Diameter: 14’’’ = 31.60 mm
Thickness: 5.80 mm
Number of components: 235
Number of jewels: 23
Water resistance: 30 m
Frequency: 21,600 vph (3Hz)
Power reserve: 80 hours 


Material: Midnight-blue alligator leather, Alcantara lining 
Buckle/Clasp: Pin buckle or folding clasp, 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