Girard-Perregaux's Latest Tourbillon is a Trio of Style

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Girard-Perregaux’s most recent Tourbillon wristwatch is at once a tempest of luxurious accents and an anchor of good taste.

The dial is adorned with three gold bridges intended to offer a grounded sense to the wearer of this otherwise whirlwind design. Thirty-one jewels adorn the face of the watch, accenting the craftsmanship of Girard-Perregaux’s artisans. Its case is crafted in rose gold, with a diameter of 41mm. An alligator skin strap with a folding 5N18 gold clasp keeps the Tourbillon securely on the wearer’s wrist, in addition to complementing the curved case.

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