Girard-Perregaux pays homage to the iconic Graduate with a model that showcases all the know-how of its Manufacture, the Skeleton graduate.
Born in the 70s by the hand of a Milanese architect who took inspiration from the octagon in a Florentine chapel, the Laureato has become one of the cult models for all watchmaking enthusiasts.
Il Skeleton graduate is the spearhead of the collection. A real exercise in style that sees a perfect harmony between the circular architecture of the skeletonized bridges of the movement with refined plays of transparency between the components, and the typical geometry of the octagonal bezel.
The soul of this fully skeletonized watch is the caliber GP1800-0006 entirely developed, produced, finished and assembled within the walls of the Girard-Perregaux manufacture.
For the first time on the GP1800 caliber we find the variable inertia balance wheel clearly visible at 12 o'clock.
The 18ct gold skeletonized oscillating weight embellishes this mechanical jewel, ensuring it has a 54-hour power reserve.
Despite the refined mechanical solutions, the Laureato Skeleton, whose case measures 42mm, retains its robustness, guaranteeing a water resistance of 100m in the steel version and 50 meters for the rose gold one.