THE ICONIC LAUREATO: DESIGN AND INNOVATION
First presented in 1975, the Laureato was quite revolutionary and broke with several established codes in the field of watch design.
The Laureato was launched to celebrate its latest technological breakthrough, which culminated in a radical innovation and set an international standard: Girard-Perregaux established the frequency for quartz movements at 32,768 Hz.
Transparent case-back. GP03300 reliable movement with traditional finishes like back in the 70’s.
Satin brushed and polished steel case. Iconic polished octagonal relief bezel. Integrated H-shaped bracelet. ‘Clou de Paris’ treatment on the dial, a type of guilloché. Applied baton-type indexes and sword-type hands with luminescent material for a perfect readability.
HERITAGE | LAUREATO | 81000-11-131-11A | Limited edition of 225 pieces
Sapphire crystal case-back
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