Néo-Tourbillon sous Trois Ponts
It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful watches presented at Baselworld 2014: a mini-masterpiece of watchmaking architecture by Girard-Perregaux with a new take on its famous tourbillon with three bridges. The 45mm rose gold case is more streamlined than previous models. It’s simple; there’s no bezel. The case houses an automatic calibre which, if it follows the symmetrical design of its predecessors, has a completely new concept. The titanium tourbillon completes one revolution per minute and has been designed in a modular way for easy assembly and maintenance. The dial showcases three black PVD-coated sandblasted titanium skeleton bridges standing on tilted rods incorporated in the platinum. 3D and depth are key to the design and give the piece a look which is as near as you can get to divine perfection. Price: 156,600 CHF
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