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Discover the new Laureato Rose Gold & Onyx by Girard-Perregaux



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Discover the new Laureato Rose Gold & Onyx by Girard-Perregaux


Girard-Perregaux perpetuates Laureato’s iconic heritage.

An essential model of the Girard-Perregaux brand, the Laureato takes the form of a blank canvas to incorporate precious metals and new movement technology. Since its debut in 1975, the Laureato collection features a variety of examples that continue to showcase a timeless design celebrated by watch collectors and enthusiasts of all kinds. Girard-Perregaux is proud to present the latest addition to its range, Laureato Pink Gold and Onyx. The new Laureato features a familiar 42mm 18K rose gold case design, displaying the perfect sparkle on its fixed geometric bezel. All sapphire crystal and case ends are sealed to achieve an impressive 50 meter water resistance for the adventurous collector.

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Adding to its theme of functional elegance, the time and date dial settings come in a beautiful polished black onyx finish. A matching rose gold Girard-Perregaux logo and indices add contrast, while clearly displaying the Laureato’s many functions. The Laureato Pink Gold and Onyx is powered by Girard-Perregaux’s in-house GP01800-1404 self-winding mechanical movement, which uses a 191-part construction to power the hours, minutes, center seconds and date functions. The sapphire caseback allows for an up close and personal view of its movement in action, drawing attention to its rose gold oscillating weight and other meticulous details. Originally fitted with a matching 18K rose gold bracelet, the new Girard-Perregaux is also available in a black alligator strap configuration. The new Girard-Perregaux Laureato Pink Gold and Onyx is currently available at an authorized retailer for $54,300. Check back duPont REGISTRY for more news and announcements on upcoming luxury watches.

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