Laureato Flying Tourbillon Skeleton
Firmly committed to anchoring its vision of traditional horology firmly in the future, Manufacture Girard-Perregaux continues to hone its new contemporary watchmaking image by offering enthusiasts a range of instruments which, like the Laureato Flying Tourbillon Skeleton look beyond the present while remaining attuned to its history that began in 1791.
Charisma & Presence
The new ceramic-clad Laureato 42 mm
For the first time in its history, the Laureato is welcoming a new version entirely clothed in black ceramic, the Laureato 42mm Ceramic. Girard-Perregaux is thereby introducing its emblematic model to the rich world of this material. Thus attired, the iconic Girard-Perregaux casual chic watch takes a walk on the dark side, but only to further enhance its charisma and its strong presence. In donning a ceramic mantle in the darkest shade of all, the Laureato once again displays the strength and relevance of its design, capable of multiple mutations through time in terms of both size and materials.
New creations
Neo Bridges
Fundamentally retro-futurist in terms of its aesthetic approach, the Neo Bridges automatic titanium adopts a certain vision of forward-looking horology, while remaining entirely in harmony with the history of the brand founded in 1791.
Responsible & ethical
Girard-Perregaux is part of the sustainable development policy initiated by the Kering Group. Girard-Perregaux manufactures its timepieces respecting the stringent criteria of Swiss Haute Horlogerie but also in the most sustainable manner.
Only Watch Charity Auction
Laureato 2017 Special Edition
Based on the natural aura of its inspired & timeless design, Girard-Perregaux has chosen to donate a strictly one-of-a-kind version of the Laureato to ONLY WATCH 2017, with an on-trend bronze case and chocolate brown alligator leather strap.
There is no mystery about a Girard-Perregaux,
simply more than two centuries of craftsmanship and a perpetual commitment to perfection.
New creations

SIHH 2017

To celebrate its return to the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie de Genève (SIHH), Girard-Perregaux unveils new and stunning creations, heirs of the icons on which the Manufacture has built its reputation over the centuries.

Laureato Flying Tourbillon Skeleton - white gold
Laureato Ceramic 42 mm - black ceramic

Heritage and duty

Girard-Perregaux’s oldest roots lie in the work of Jean-François Bautte, the Geneva watchmaker-jeweller who presented his first creations in 1791 and whose succession was acquired in 1906 by Girard-Perregaux, born in 1856 from the union of Constant Girard and Marie Perregaux.

Jean-François Bautte portrait
Heritage and duty
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