Introducing the Girard-Perregaux Laureato Skeleton

The luxury sports watch gets a see-through movement.

Girard-Perregaux revived the Laureato at SIHH 2017, bringing back a design conceived in the 1970s.

Joining the line-up unveiled earlier in the year is the Laureato Skeleton that’s equipped with the same calibre GP01800-0006 found in last year’s 1966 Skeleton.

Girard Perregaux Laureato Skeleton 3

Self-winding and thin at 5.4mm high, the movement has its bridges and base plate skeletonised in geometric shapes, then finished with a dark grey plating. It’s a modern look well suited to the Laureato case.

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The case is available in steel or pink gold, both 42mm in diameter and 10.88mm high. The steel model is rated to 100m, while the pink gold version is water-resistant to 50m.

Girard Perregaux Laureato Skeleton 1

Price and availability

The Laureato Skeleton costs approximately US$32,000 in steel and US$60,000 in gold.


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