The blue hour Girard-Perregaux 1966

The blue hour Girard-Perregaux 1966

Aristocratic, unusual, the supreme elegance of blue dresses the timeless Girard-Perregaux 1966 41mm.

A worthy heir of the understated and refined Girard-Perregaux style, the 1966 collection embodies the brand's expertise in the design of classic watches. This collection is part of the tradition of Girard-Perregaux, a combination of elegance and watchmaking mastery. The care taken with each detail of the design by our craftsmen and master watchmakers, their painstakingly learnt gestures and the meticulous finishing combine to produce this secret alchemy.

The delicate balance of this timepiece is reflected in its sleek, harmonious proportions and sophisticated mechanics. Its elegance is enhanced by an intense blue note that adorns its dial. Its sunburst finish emphasizes rich light effects; gently curved, it is embellished with baton-shaped markers every fifteen minutes. 

The pink or white gold case remains true to the pure lines of the Girard-Perregaux 1966 collection. 41 mm in diameter, it sports a slightly spherical crystal and inclined diamond polished bezel that enhances its delicacy.

The sapphire crystal case-back opens onto another major high point of the watch, the GP01800-0004 Girard-Perregaux manufactured calibre. 13¼ lignes or almost 30 mm in diameter, it is composed of 190 components in total and has a minimum power reserve of 54 hours. Its pink gold oscillating weight is engraved with the brand name and decorated with "côtes de Genève".