Released in 1975, the Girard-Perregaux Laureato has enjoyed huge commercial success and is now widely considered an icon among watch aficionados. Now, the Manufacture is pleased to unveil the Laureato 42mm Eternity Edition, a model endowed with a sublime in-house grand feu enamel dial. The composition of this lustrous epidermis will never fade or lose its showroom-fresh appearance. The Laureato 42mm Eternity Edition, as previously stated, is offered in two variants, blue and green. Each option is limited to 188 pieces.
Later in the mid-1970s, the steel sports watch was all the rage, including the Laureato, released in 1975. Over the years, the Laureato has evolved, embracing mechanical movements, different materials and a variety of complications. Now, the Manufacture is pleased to unveil a new version of the iconic watch, the Laureato 42mm Eternity Edition. The composition of this model respects the lasting appeal of the original Laureato design of 1975, but augments its enduring looks with a grand feu enamel dial. This glossy epidermis will never fade with the onset of years and will retain its showroom-fresh appearance indefinitely. Furthermore, Girard-Perregaux has enlivened the surface of the dial with a guilloché sunray motif. This pattern is visible through the translucent enamel surface, heightening the splendour of the dial’s surface.
The Calibre GP01800
Entirely designed, produced, assembled and adjusted by Girard-Perregaux, while endowed with traditional and meticulous finishes, this calibre is the spearhead of the Manufacture. The see-through case-back reveals the gold oscillating weight decorated with Côtes de Genève.