The Laureato is defined by its polished octagonal bezel, positioned on an integrated case. The watch boasts a Clous de Paris hobnail pattern, a collection of tiny pyramids which fill the entire opening of the watch and capture the light.
Blending aesthetic, technical and symbolic principles, the mainplate features a barrel bridge, geartrain bridge and tourbillon bridge made from solid gold. Their double-headed arrow hand-decorated design is inspired by the bridges of the historical Esmeralda.
Slightly domed in order to create a depth effect, the moon phase of the Cat’s Eye Celestial is depicted in mother-of-pearl marquetry and aventurine glass that is polished by hand. More remarkably, it requires only one correction every 360 years.
The Neo-Bridges Automatic Titanium picks up the architectural construction design codes cherished by Constant Girard, reinforced by contemporary finishing including sandblasting, NAC treatment of the mainplate, and a PVD coating on the delicately curved bridges.
The Planetarium watch combines a Tri-Axial tourbillon and an astronomical moon phase while keeping the essence of the Girard-Perregaux DNA: arrow-shaped gold bridges, a lyre-shaped tourbillon carriage, sapphire domes and a side opening enabling light to flood into the mechanism.
The Laureato 34 mm is clothed in light and adorned with precious stones. In steel, gold or a combination of both, this Girard-Perregaux icon is interpreted in a dainty shape rimmed by a halo of 56 diamonds.
The new 1966 WW.TC is one of the rare few watches to combine the chronograph and world time functions. The complication provides instant and simultaneous readings of the time in 24 cities around the planet.
Leveraging the extraordinary properties of silicon, the mechanism supplies the balance wheel with constant force that never dwindles. The new Constant Escapement L.M. is protected by four invention patents and features a design that is more technical and contemporary than ever.
Combining an attractive rectangular case with features representing the most authentic Art Deco style of watchmaking, the Vintage 1945 XXL Large Date and Moon Phases is revealed in a titanium DLC case with a grey-tinted sapphire crystal dial.