There are few names within Haute Horlogerie with history as rich and as evocative Girard-Perregaux. The activities of this Firm go as far back as 1791, giving more than two centuries of heritage that forms the foundation of what Giraard Perregaux today.
Girard-Perregaux is one of the few authentic Swiss watch Manufactures. It designs, creates, develops and produces both the external components of a watch and its “heart”, the movement. This comprehensive approach enables it to offer a complete portfolio of top-of-the-range movements with over 100 variants and highly prestigious mechanical watch collections.
Girard-Perregaux manufactures its movements and watches in accordance with high watch making culture, in association with a modern Research & Development outlook. Highly qualified professionals are dedicated to harnessing their passion for the creation of exceptional timepieces.
Girard-Perregaux has always been committed to innovation. The Brand has registered nearly 80 patents in the field of watchmaking over the years building an exceptional heritage, particularly in terms of the chronometer. Constant, strong investment in Research & Development is what keeps Girard-Perregaux relevant and drives it to continually improving in every field. Its in-house Research & Development department is the keystone of its status as a Manufacture. It is the essential factor enabling it to cultivate its heritage, meet the challenges of new creations and achieve the highest levels of quality and reliability. It also ensures control of a watch’s manufacturing chain in its entirety.
Complex watchmaking embodies the essence of the art of watchmaking. For over two centuries, Girard-Perregaux has distinguished itself with remarkable creations, including its emblematic Tourbillon with three gold Bridges.
Haute Horlogerie is an extraordinary world, where the work is not simply guided by what trends dictate, but where each creation takes shape over a long period, observing the rules of an art concerned with quality. Engineers, master-watchmakers, enamellers, stone setters, polishers… Each devoting all their expertise to perfecting sophisticated horological creations with patients and meticulous detail, often responding to highly specific requirements.
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