Unmistakably a Laureato
Instead, only the twelve o'clock marker consists of the silver letters GP, the brand logo that identifies the Girard Perregaux Laureato 42mm Ceramic as a quality product from one of the oldest watch manufacturers in Switzerland. Underneath, in conspicuous yet unobtrusive white on black, is the Girard Perregaux inscription and, one line lower, the year 1791, proudly recalling the date of foundation of the oldest workshop now used by Girard Perregaux, and thus recalling the long tradition of this venerable company. Above the six o'clock mark, the inscription is visually balanced by another. The 'Laureato Automatic', an automatic watch from the Laureato series, announces it for all those who do not already recognise a Laureato by the characteristic octagonal structure surrounding the crystal.
The case of the Girard Perregaux Laureato 42mm Ceramic is made entirely of black ceramic. This not only looks noble, but also gives the watch additional resistance. Ceramic is not only lighter, but also more scratch-resistant than metal, which means that the smooth elegance of the Girard Perregaux Laureato 42mm Ceramic is preserved for longer. However, the ceramic case is particularly suitable for wearers with sensitive skin and allergies to the metals usually used in watchmaking. With a Girard Perregaux Laureato 42mm Ceramic you will receive an incomparably beautiful, high-quality and at the same time skin-friendly watch.