Since 1791, Girard-Perregaux has been embracing the rhythm of ever-elusive time.
Cradled in the Jura mountains of western Switzerland, it is one of the rare watchmakers in the country to retain Manufacture status for over two centuries by mastering all the required horological skills in-house.
Indeed, since its founding, the Maison had audaciously turned the world of watchmaking upside down – literally – to reveal the art in precision engineering.
The Girard-Perregaux history is dotted with exceptional creations that skillfully blend aesthetics and functionality.
These models include the iconic Laureato, as well as the legendary Tourbillon ‘With Three Gold Bridges,’ a watch that made the invisible visible, transforming Bridges from just a technical element into an integral part of the timepiece, a first in watchmaking.
While Girard-Perregaux respects its heritage, it continues to look ahead, embracing new technologies, state of the art materials, and fresh takes on iconic shapes.