Classical elegance paired with the highest watchmaking quality
The Girard Perregaux 1966 38mm case is made of sturdy stainless steel and scratch-resistant sapphire glass protects the dial. The Swiss understatement is evident in the high-quality worked-in hour replicas, unobtrusively designed hour and minute hands and a discreet date display at the 3 o'clock position. A high-quality automatic movement with power reserve reliably shows the exact time at all times.
Girard Perregaux - a watch manufactory with a moving history
Girard Perregaux is a Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches. The company can now look back on a history of over 200 years. The origins of the company date back to 1791. A watchmaker named Jean-François Bautte brought his first watch creations to the market at that time. In 1906, Girard Perregaux took over the helm and over the past 120 years has developed into an internationally renowned watch manufacturer. The company name that still exists today was introduced in 1856, after Constant Girard and Marie Perregaux, both from respectable watchmaking families, married. Through their pioneering work, they shaped the company towards the spirit of research and development for which Girard Perregaux still stands today. Over 100 patents registered speak for themselves. In 1970, the company produced the first industrially manufactured quartz watch and the standard for quartz movements set by Girard Perregaux at that time is still valid today.