The Girard-Perregaux Classic bridges is all about shine and gold and bridges... A watch worth some bling. So come and join us in this week's WristScan where we want to see your gold bling "Tony Soprano Watch" www.watchprosite.com CC
Friends, one of my most treasured vintage GPs, is the Girard-Perregaux Railtimer 8856, manual wind Chronometer HF. A manual wind Chronometer HF with Caliber 30 is already a rare bird... A Railtimer even more... And a Railtimer in Steel case in perfect con
Friends, let's have a look at a Girard-Perregaux we do not see every day. The Richeville Perpetual Calendar from the 2000s. A bold case and a beautifully worked dial with the perfect perpetual calendar layout. As far as I know, I'm aware of 4 versions. Pi
Found this photo on my hard drive and got sentimental... The Girard-Perregaux Sea Hawk II "John Harrison, 4991 with white dial. Sadly, no longer with me, but replaced with a Sea Hawk II blue dial 4992. The 42mm version was just a little bit too large for
I could see some years ago the WW TC Tourbillon in Rose Gold, which is one of my dream watches, for what it is, an exquisite watch. I prefer the white gold case / dark ruthenium dial combination, but the rose gold already gives you a good idea of the beau
Friends, it's the colourful time of the year again and this year it comes along with very warm temperatures like 25 C plus and blue sky sunshine. So a great opportunity to take out some vintage GPs for wristshots like the Girard-Perregaux Deep Diver 7897.