Girard-Perregaux Adds New Timepiece to its 1966 Collection

By Paul Joseph

The 1966 Collection by Girard-Perregaux is already one of the most popular in the watch world, and now the Swiss brand have added another to its roster: the 1966 41mm.

Boasting sleek, harmonious proportions and sophisticated mechanics, the striking watch may well be the most impressive in the collection to date.

Available with a choice of pink or white gold case, the watch’s dial is adorned with an intense blue note, its sunburst finish emphasizing rich light effects and embellished with baton-shaped markers every fifteen minutes.

Other notable features include a slightly spherical crystal and inclined diamond polished bezel, a sapphire crystal case-back, and a minimum power reserve of 54 hours.

Founded in Switzerland in 1791, Girard-Perregaux has grown to become one of the world’s most famous watch brands.

By Paul Joseph