Girard-Perregaux Tourbillon knows how to celebrate in style. A stunning chronographic innovation in form of the Contemporary Reissue of the Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges Pocket Watch won a Gold Medal at the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1889. And now the piece is getting a new lease of life with three new variants. The Tourbillon cage comes with 92 handcrafted components along with a Girard-Perregaux Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges movement featuring 249 parts, and a manual winding mechanism. The dial is made with Enamel spotting flame-blued colored steel hands.
The watch is encased inside an 18carat rose gold hunter-style casing, which measures 60mm x 20mm. A secret mechanism that is activated by the coaxial push-piece on the crown is used to open the cover on from the dial side. The COSC-certified chronometer has 30 jewels and 21,600 vph.