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Girard-Perregaux adds a skeleton dial to its Laureato collection

An all new look for the '70s classic.
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Girard Perregaux Laureato Skeleton

Girard Perregaux is adding a new option to its Laureato collection, a skeletonized model that gives the 1970s watch a contemporary look. The watch features an GP1800 movement, made entirely in-house with an 18k gold rotor and a power reserve of up to 54 hours. The watch features a 42mm case, anti-reflective sapphire crystal, and comes in two models: polished and brushed stainless steel or pink gold, both with metal bracelets.

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