A detailed, step by step account of the sympathetic restoration of an heirloom.
Handsomely monochromatic in brushed and polished ceramic.
The luxury sports watch gets a see-through movement.
The Girard-Perregaux Laureato luxury sports watch makes a comeback.
The watchmaker's signature world time wristwatch becomes simpler and more affordable.
Conceived to mark Girard-Perregaux's 225th anniversary, the Place Girardet features the brand's signature gold bridge, with every watch of the limited edition fitted with a one-of-a-kind dial. Specs and prices below.
Girard-Perregaux Introduces its 1966 Gentleman’s Wristwatch in Affordable Stainless Steel (with Pricing)Available in steel for the first time, the Girard-Perregaux 1966 automatic is the brand's most affordable wristwatch, but still equipped with a self-winding, in-house movement.
Less than a year into the job, Girard-Perregaux chief executive Antonio Calce has embarked on an all-encompassing new strategy to revitalise the haute horlogerie watchmaker. He explains his vision here.
Girard-Perregaux Introduces The Chamber of Wonders – Antique Maps Rendered In Intricate Miniature (With Original Photos & Price)The Chamber of Wonders is a trio of Girard-Perregaux 1966 wristwatches with dials decorated with miniatures of maps creating using artisanal techniques like marquetry and miniature painting.
A modern take on the iconic Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges, the Neo Tourbillon is now available in a DLC-coated titanium case that lets the gilded gears and tourbillon regulator take centerstage.