Girard-Perregaux donates two Tourbillon chronographs to Christie’s Green Auction

And finally its time that the ticking clocks do their bit for the Earth! A Green Auction by Christie’s will be flagged off to create awareness coinciding with the 40th Earth Day celebrations. Four leading Non-profit organizations, Oceana, Conservatism International, Natural Resources Defense Council and the Central Park Conservancy will benefit from the proceeds. The auction will bring under the hammer two iconic Tourbillon with three gold Bridges chronographs from Girard-Perregaux.

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The first Tourbillon spotting three gold Bridges has the city of New York written in green on the city ring on the watch bezel. The watch has a 43mm diameter and comes with a platinum case. The watch comes with a Girard-Perregaux GP098G0 mechanical movement that has a manual winding motion and indicates world time.
The other chronograph is a Cat’s Eye Tourbillon with three gold Bridges. The watch comes with a Girard-Perregaux GP9700.0A mechanical movement that has manual winding motion. The watch has 84 baguette-cut diamonds totaling to 2.12 carats and comes with a white gold case.

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