In 1889, Girard Perregaux exhibited its first three-gold bridge tourbillon pocket watch at the Paris World Expo and won the gold medal in one fell swoop. This masterpiece has become a symbol of GP Girard-Perregaux watches. This year, Girard-Perregaux released a limited edition of ten Laureato three-bridge tourbillons to pay tribute to the legendary work of the year. Girard Perregaux inspired the legendary classics of the year to create a new Laureato Tourbillon that combines tradition and innovation. Although the appearance of the latter is avant-garde, it contains the essence of Girard-Perregaux watches. One of the masterpieces of craftsmanship.
The Laureato Tourbillon with three bridges has a long historical background, but its appearance and aesthetics exude the design charm of the 1970s, and its bold and timeless style stands out from its peers. The octagonal platinum bezel has alternating satin frosting and polishing, with a strong texture contrast; the six screw-set backs have crystal glass pieces to see the extraordinary beauty of the movement; the motherboard has beautifully machine-engraved patterns and luminous rod hands Dancing on the transparent dial, showing a beautiful scene of craftsmanship.