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Not all brands in the luxury watch market have a long stretching history, but Girard-Perregaux does. They’ve been making precision timepieces since 1791 and are more than 200 years old. They are known for their exceptional quality and precise in-house movements with complications like a tri-axial tourbillon. And some of you might know, they sponsor Aston Martin F1 Racing.
The history of Girard-Perregaux
While the name Girard-Perregaux was only founded in 1856, they consider their founding year as 1791 when they acquired the watch company founded by Jean-François Bautte. When Constant Othenin-Girard married Marie Perregaux in 1854, they quickly adopted the name Girard-Perregaux.
Ever since, there were a lot of changes in the company and the latest one was in 2011 when the French fashion conglomerate Kering acquired the company.
Popular models from Girard-Perregaux
With lots of different models in the Girard-Perregaux collection, there are some well-known models such as the 1966 in 40mm, which will set you back €6.000. The Laureato, which is one of the most popular watches ever made by Girard-Perregaux, will set you back at least €13.000 for the quartz powered piece in rose gold.
If you’re looking to get your hands on the skeletonized watch with the in-house caliber, make sure to bring at least €21.000 to the table. The most expensive watch in the catalog is the Bridges Minute Repeater Tri-Axial Tourbillon bearing reference number 99830-21-000-BA6A, which is made of titanium and will cost you close to €450.000.