About the Brand
Since 1791, Girard-Perregaux, a luxury Swiss timepiece manufacturer, has been striving for horological excellence in both mechanical functionality and high-end design. In Geneva, 227 years ago, Jean-François Bautte’s workshops were acquired by Girard-Perregaux. This is where he created his very first watches.
The marriage of Constant Girard and Marie Perregaux in 1856, perpetuated the esteemed Girard-Perregaux name. Taking place in a watchmaking town called La Chaux-de-Fonds, the GP brand has tirelessly perfected its horological expertise. This hard work and dedication elevated these watches into the realm of the most respected names in watchmaking innovation. This was later verified by the 100 patents currently held by the Maison.
Discover the technological world of Girard-Perregaux watches. The GP brand has established a magnificent name for themselves. always pushing the envelope of horological industry standards. Explore the thrill of a Swiss watch brand that prides itself on unparalleled watchmaking standards.
Bridges: Girard-Perregaux has been building an incredible collection of futuristic watch elements that have become an iconic staple of the luxury brand aesthetic. The Bridges collection presents classically-influenced details, accentuating the flawless blend of composition and innovation.
Laureato: Making its comeback in 2016, this limited edition timepiece served as a tribute to Girard-Perregaux’s 225th Anniversary. This collection is made up of contemporary watches blending a contemporary, unique aesthetic with incredible attention to detail.
1966: In 1966, Girard-Perregaux introduced the first high-frequency timepiece movement. Beating at 36,000 vibrations per hour, this watch achieves exceptional precision-timing accuracy. The 1966 collection pays homage to this era by incorporating the labors of the brand’s perpetual commitment to technology, particularly revealed through self-winding calibers and remarkably elaborate cases.
Cat’s Eye: Girard-Perregaux caters to women with a passion for fine horology. The unmistakable Cat’s Eye collection has been showcasing its ravishing allure for over a decade.
Vintage 1945: The Vintage 1945 collection, whose sightly arching rectangular case is distinguished by its decorative edges. Girard-Perregaux had already established a collection inspired by the retro attributes and relics of Art Deco styles that are frequently seen in today’s fashion industry.