Girard-Perregaux’s Cat’s Eye Jewelry, tourbillon with Gold Bridge

We’ve seen quite a number of beautiful creations from Girard-Perregaux’s Cat’s Eye series – a watch in emerald cut diamonds, a Cat’s Eye sporting an annual and zodiac calendar, a watch with a small second hand, the Tourbillon Haute Joaillerie and another Haute Joaillerie completely drenched in diamonds. Each one of these has been delicately constructed in the brand’s widely adored expertise. Girard-Perregaux adds another uber attractive piece to its collection – the Cat’s Eye Jewelry tourbillon with a Gold Bridge, which happens to be a perfect blend between high fashion jewelry and fine watchmaking. The brand has described this utterly gorgeous make with a mother-of-pearl dial as “the hallmark of fine watchmaking dedicated to women”.

Girard-Perregaux’s Cat’s Eye Jewelry, tourbillon with Gold Bridge, has many alluring factors that fascinate. It features more than 1,000 snow-set diamonds; its case is in white gold and is completely adorned with diamonds and encased in anti-reflective sapphire. Furthermore, it has a hand-engraved and carefully polished natural pearl dial. On first look, you’d surely fall in love with this watch.

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The tourbillon with the delicately hand-engraved gold bridge presides majestically, powered by the GP09700 manufacture movement. It has a minimum power reserve of 70 hours, flaunts a manually wound movement with 177 components decorated, fitted, assembled by hand, and is water-resistant up to 30 meters. You can opt for a personalized engraving at the back of the watch. What completes this exquisite piece is its alligator strap with a snow-set folding clasp.

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Pricing available only at customer request.






[Via – Girard-Perregaux]

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