The Girard-Perregaux 1966 Lady Collection welcomes a new addition that marks a tone of discreet elegance. Its cognac-colored dial features a guilloché decoration making up a pattern that call to mind the petals of a flower.
Glittering with precious stones, "Lady 1966" was conceived as a delicate poem of a watch. Veering into intense bronze and cognac tones, delicate in its dimensions and the slimness of its features, it expresses a discreet elegance that is driven by its self-winding mechanical movement manufactured by the Maison.
The bezel is lit up by 80 diamonds following one upon the other to the ends of each lug. This dazzling setting thus bathes in light the classic, perfectly proportioned shape of the case crafted out of pink gold.
The dial has a guilloché pattern and a shimmering bronze-colored face. It shines with its arrays branching out from the center like a corolla radiating outward. Each consists of a succession of delicate arabesques, like so many petals with their sparkling reflections. Two elegant leaf-shaped hands enhance the dial, while the hours are emphasized by hour markers set with diamonds, except for 6 and 12 o'clock, which are marked by delicately polished Roman numerals.
This elegance is matched by the watch's mechanical heart, with its dimensions suited to the thinness of the case. The Girard-Perregaux 1966 Lady is in fact fitted with a self-winding mechanical movement GP03200 entirely developed, made and assembled in the workshops of the Manufacture. Decorated in traditional style, it offers the hours and minutes functions and has a 42-hour power reserve.
To complete its attire, "Lady 1966" is dressed in a chocolate-colored glazed alligator strap with a pink gold pin buckle.