Introducing: The Girard-Perregaux Laureato 34
The Laureato 34 in glossy silk brushed steel and arm band.
The Laureato 34 in silk brushed steel with cowhide strap.
The new Laureato 34 is accessible in three forms: glossy silk brushed steel, 18k rose gold, and two-tone with rose gold and steel. Every one of the three adaptations are accessible with a coordinated steel wristband or a cowhide lash. The case, estimating 34mm in measurement and 7.75mm thick, is set with 56-splendid cut precious stones set into an octagonal casing inside the bezel. Like the men’s form, the dial is an excellent dim dark Clou de Paris with non-hostile date window at 3 o’clock (sign date-window wars). Moreover, the applied brilliant records are long and rich with coordinating handset.
The watch is controlled by a quartz development (fitting for ladies’ watches nowadays) yet additionally fitting in view of Girard-Perregaux’s solid association in the quartz development, thinking back to the 1970s. Indeed, the Laureato was first delivered in 1975 with a quartz development with the later forms controlled by a programmed development. This new women’s piece is an extraordinary expansion to an exemplary assortment with incredible aesthetic.
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