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Girard-Perregaux - Laureato Skeleton

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Girard-Perregaux presented the Laureato in 1975. Equipped with an octagonal polished bezel and an integrated bracelet, this sporty model quickly became one of the symbols of the Manufacture based in La Chaux-de-Fonds.




In 2017, the Laureato developed into a complete collection available in 4 sizes: 45 mm, 42 mm, 38 mm and 34 mm. The family is now further expanding with an openworked model available in stainless steel or pink gold.


The 42 mm-diameter and 10.88 mm-thick case featuring a polished octagonal bezel framed by a circle houses the skeletonised Calibre GP01800-0006 whose balance wheel at 12 o’clock beats at a frequency of 4 Hz (28,800 vph). The autonomy is 54 hours.


Entirely developed, produced, finished and assembled by Girard-Perregaux, this automatic movement drives the hours, minutes and small seconds.

Instead of a dial, the movement is rimmed by suspended hour-markers. Surfaces are given a matt effect by satin brushing, creating a texture that catches and holds the light.

On the back, the rotor is carved from a block of 18K pink gold and openworked like the rest of the movement.



Fully integrated with the case, the metal bracelet is composed of links alternating matt and satin-brushed surfaces.

Water resistance is 100 metres / 330 feet for the stainless steel version, 50 meters / 165 feet for the pink gold one.

Prices of the new Girard-Perregaux Laureato Skeleton are Swiss Francs 32,400 in stainless steel and Swiss Francs 61,500 in pink gold. girard-perregaux.com


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