Since its creation in 2004, the Girard-Perregaux Cat’s Eye collection has featured exquisite marriages of feminine curves with precious mechanisms. A refined and poetic expression of the manufacture’s expertise, it combines the charms of a feminine watch with the merits of a self-winding mechanism. Girard-Perregaux now presents a new facet of this collection, with an elegant and beautifully balanced small second marking the time ticking by on the mother of pearl dial.
Staying faithful to the Cat’s Eye’s sensual curves and oval form, its gold case houses an intricately worked dial in white or black mother of pearl, off which subtle, iridescent reflections glance. Illuminated by a halo, the date is clearly displayed in a window at 3 o’clock. The discreet small second is situated at 9 o’clock and enhanced by a radiating ray motif delicately traced on the dial.
Continuing its tradition, the Girard-Perregaux Manufacture has equipped this model with the GP3300, a mechanical movement renowned for its reliability and whose refined character can be appreciated through the sapphire case-back.