Girard-Perregaux Launches Another Watch With 3 Gold Bridges
As one of the most famous mechanisms signed by Girard-Perregaux, the “three gold bridges” was created almost 125 years ago by Constant Girard-Perregaux himself, and it has been implemented in numerous high-end timepieces ever since. The newest watch to benefit from this complex and spectacular mechanism is a Girard-Perregaux Tourbillon piece that displays the 3 bridges in their entire splendor on its dial.
The timepiece boasts a 41mm case that houses 3 perfectly balanced, hand-made and arrow-shaped Bridges. Moreover, a quick glance at 12 o’clock reveals a skeletonized barrel drum, which displays the platinum micro-rotor and its oscillations for all to see. The tourbillon measures just 10mm in diameter yet it includes a total of 80 components. The power comes from a GP09600 self-winding movement.
The new Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges timepiece by Girard-Perregaux is a perfect example of unparalleled artisanship, boasting impressive performance and superb looks at the same time.