Girard-Perregaux enriches its Laureato product family with a new member that comes in a reduced, midsized, and gender-neutral case size of 38mm. The legendary design that premiered in 1975 is enhanced by a copper-colored dial that, thanks to its characteristic Clous de Paris pattern, transitions from tawny brown to pink-toned gold depending on the angle. It builds a magnificent backdrop for the baton-style hands and indexes as well as the color-coordinated date indication at 3 o’clock.
A glance through the sapphire pane in the stainless-steel case, which has a height of 10mm and is water-resistant to 100 meters, reveals the self-winding GP03300 caliber. This manufacture movement is finished in accordance with the Swiss brand’s high standards and sports a pink gold rotor adorned with Geneva Stripes.
The new Girard-Perregaux Laureato 38mm retails for $14,900.
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