This is still my favorite split seconds watch of all. I love chronographs and I’ve had quite a few over the years. I’m partial to the Dato and my new love is the Centigraphe. But I am of the opinion that when GP and Ferrari co-branded watches in the late
Since I saw Andrew post about his GP1999 Chronograph, Ref. 4946 I started looking for a similar watch. The discrete elegance of Andrew's GP in association with his great review was a strong trigger. GP does not have a strong presence here where I live and
Friends, another report following this year’s SIHH. This year, the theme at the Girard-Perregaux was “Earth-to-Sky” with lots of stars and galaxies, even a Quasar was seen. The colour theme of “Earth-to-Sky” was mostly Blue and Black throughout the booth.
Friends, we all know of the connection between Girard-Perregaux and Ferrari and the Girard-Perregaux Pour Ferrari collection. However, let’s have a closer look at how this all came about and what were the most remarkable creations during that partnership.
Leaving Laureato week behind us for the moment, it is time to take out some big guns from the box. One of the nicest vintage dials, I have seen and really hard to find in that condition! The mid 1960s Girard-Perregaux Railtimer for the Canadian Railway. M
Friends, time to conclude the Laureato Week and going back to present time. This year at SIHH, Girard-Perregaux introduced a whole new concept of Laureato. The Absolute. Young, bold and black. I understand this is a bit of a controversial novelty and perh