Girard-Perregaux – Vintage 1945 Large Date, Moon-Phases
For most mechanical watches aficionados, the development of a watch isn’t less intriguing than the outside. The new Girard-Perregaux Vintage 1945 Large Date, Moon-Phases watch will fulfill them since it divulges its development through the straightforward case back as well as through a straightforward dial cut in sapphire.
With its smoked-glass impact, the dial both uncovers the watch system and features the hour markers and applique Arabic numerals to guarantee clear and simple intelligibility of the signs. Its dim shading is acquired by surface metallization, while the seconds circle and the engravings have been made through printing.
The noticeable cog wheels, show plates, screws, switches and wheels make an impact of three-dimensionality with the Dauphine-type hands, embellished and cleaned, to hang out in the frontal area. The large bouncing date and moon-stage capacities complement the hour, moment and little second signs.
The rectangular Art Deco case (36.10 x 35.25 mm), first presented in 1945 (consequently its name), is a Girard-Perregaux exemplary with the crown converged into the case band, the normal carries, and the agreeably bended profile which makes the watch comfortable on the wrist.
The large GP 03300-0105/0062 produced type is twisted consequently by a wavering weight obvious looking into it posterior. The large bouncing date can be set through the crown, while the moon-stages are constrained by a side corrector likewise converged into the case-band. Outfitted with a base 46-hour power-hold, the development beats at 4Hz, or 28,800 vibrations each hour.
The Girard-Perregaux Vintage 1945 Large Date, Moon-Phases watch is accessible in treated steel (ref. 25882-11-223-BB6B) or in pink gold (ref. 25882-52-222-BB6B) with retail costs of Euro 13,750/US$ 16,000 and Euro 29,000/US$ 33,800 respectively. girard-perregaux.com