By Charlotte Adams
A new addition to the Girard-Perregaux 1966 ladies collection, this piece is highly feminine and sparkles from the 80 diamonds placed around the bezel, on the dial and on the lug. The diamonds on the dial represent hour indexes, aside from 12 o’clock and 6 o’clock that are pink-gold Roman Numerals.
The dial is champagne-coloured featuring a guilloche pattern representing a blushing flower. The 30mm case is pink-gold and the case-back is open with sapphire crystal so the self-winding mechanical movement can be seen and features elaborate Girard-Perregaux decoration.
The movement is a self-winding mechanical movement, GP03200-0005, with a power reserve of minimum 42 hours and has hour and minute functions.
Unique to this watch, the strap is a chocolate-coloured glazed alligator strap with a pink-gold pin buckle that matches the case. For more info, please visit girard-perregaux.com
Case: pink gold
Diameter: 30 mm
Crystal: anti-reflective sapphire
Case-back: sapphire crystal
Water resistance: 30 meters (3 ATM)
Case: 80 brilliant-cut diamonds, ~ 0,73 ct
Dial: 10 brilliant-cut diamonds
Girard-Perregaux movement GP03200-0005
Mechanical, self-winding movement
Diameter: 23,30 mm (10 1/2 ’’’)
Frequency: 28’800 Alt/h – (4 Hz)
Power reserve: min. 42 hours
Functions: hour, minute
Brown alligator coated leather strap
Pink gold pin buckle
Charlotte Adams – Contributing Writer
Charlotte is an online contributor to The Watch Hut and The Watch Gallery. She is a bit geeky and her favourite watch brands are Vivienne Westwood, Roger Dubuis and Jaquet Droz. She has been writing about watches since last September but also enjoys writing about fashion and in her spare time likes to travel and draw. She gained a degree in English and Creative Writing a year ago that helped fuel her passion for writing.” Read her articles here.