Girard-Perregaux – 1966 38mm and 1966 Lady 30 mm Guilloché
Among different novelties, at Baselworld 2015 Girard-Perregaux will exhibit two new models of its exemplary 1966 line with valuable guilloché dials: the 1966 38 mm for men and the 1966 Lady 30 mm for ladies.
Guillochè (probably named after a French architect – Guillot – who imagined a turning machine in the eighteenth century) is a beautifying strategy wherein a monotonous example is engraved into a hidden material utilizing a mechanical motor turning table.
The exemplary lines of the 1966 case are, like this, combined to one of the best enhancement utilized in haute horlogerie. A concentric example with twelve areas emanating from the focal point of the dial, make an arabesque with silvered opaline reflections.
Mallet formed lists mark the hour demonstrated by the assortment’s trademark leaf-molded hands.
The bezel of the pink gold case is cleaned in the 38 mm model and set with sixty splendid cut jewels in the 30 mm variant.
The two models include a sapphire gem case-back to uncover the lovely completes of the developments.
The super flimsy GP03300-00030 self-winding development utilized for the 38mm model has a 46-hour power save with a recurrence of 28,800 vibrations each hour. Capacities are: hour, minute, focal second and date.
The model for Ladies is driven by the exemplary GP03200-0005 type that is additionally self-twisting with a 42-hour power save. Its pink gold swaying weight is engraved with a woven artwork of Girard-Perregaux logos. It offers the hours and minutes capacities.
The new Girard-Perregaux 1966 watches with guilloché dial are worn on a dark gator lash with a pink gold pin clasp. Recommended retails costs are Euro 14,800/Swiss Francs 16,100 for the 1966 38 mm and Euro 16,850/Swiss Francs 18,350 for the 1966 Lady 30 mm. girard-perregaux.com