Girard-Perregaux

Girard-Perregaux

Girard-Perregaux is one of the few remaining Swiss watch manufactures of haute horlogerie. Founded in 1791, its history is marked by remarkable timepieces that combine technical and aesthetic mastery. Some of the most innovative designs and movements first created in the 19th century, such as the tourbillon with three gold Bridges—Girard-Perregaux’s icon—are still being made today. Girard-Perregaux has always been committed to innovation. The manufacture has registered more than 100 patents in the field of watchmaking. The Swiss workshops bring together many different skills, in order to develop and conceive a complete portfolio of top-of-the-range movements and mechanical watch collections.
Known for crafting all its calibers in-house, Girard-Perregaux is—without question—one of Switzerland’s top experts in difficult-to-make horological complications. The brand’s watches happen to be among the most handsome, too.

The Girard-Perregaux Laureato Skeleton

Designed by the watchmakers of the Girard-Perregaux manufacture as an ode to fine mechanics, the Laureato Skeleton offers a glimpse deep into the heart of its magnificent automatic caliber thanks to its impressive openworked components, all decorated by hand in an original and contemporary manner.

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The Girard-Perregaux 1966 WW.TC

A worldtimer model following the design spirit of the watches of the 1960s and a tribute to Girard-Perregaux’s technical advances in the field of chronometry, crowned by the Neuchâtel Observatory Centenary Prize.

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The Girard-Perregaux Planetarium Tri-axial

The Planetarium Tri-axial is one of the very few triple-axis Tourbillon in the watch industry. It defies gravity with the spectacular high speed 3D rotation of its Tourbillon, but also with its terrestrial globe making a rotation in 24 hours, offering an intuitive view of the time all over the world.

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The Girard-Perregaux Neo Bridges

The Neo Bridges is faithful to the DNA of Girard-Perregaux: the movement is not only a technical part of the watch but also an integral part of the design which makes the Neo Bridges instantaneously recognizable.

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The Girard-Perregaux Constant Escapement L.M.

The Constant Escapement L.M. offers a new and convincing solution to the watchmakers’ age-old concern: the precision and regularity of the functioning of a mechanical watch. It took over eight years of research and development to firmly and reliably establish this system so as to apply an instant and continuous “constant force”.

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The Girard-Perregaux Cat’s Eye Celestial

The deep blue of the glittering aventurine dial, recalling a night sky full of stars, contrasts with the delicate hand-polished and guilloché mother-of-pearl elements of the Cat's Eye Celestial. The smooth & large moon-phase disc makes a complete rotation in 59 days.

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Girard-Perregaux is one of the few remaining Swiss watch manufactures of haute horlogerie. Founded in 1791, its history is marked by remarkable timepieces that combine technical and aesthetic mastery. Some of the most innovative designs and movements first created in the 19th century, such as the tourbillon with three gold Bridges—Girard-Perregaux’s icon—are still being made today. Girard-Perregaux has always been committed to innovation. The manufacture has registered more than 100 patents in the field of watchmaking. The Swiss workshops bring together many different skills, in order to develop and conceive a complete portfolio of top-of-the-range movements and mechanical watch collections.