Girard-Perregaux revived the Laureato in 2017, an iconic timepiece with a distinctive inner octagon within a circular case and a hobnail patterned dial. This year, they debut new models to the collection, including variants that would appease to different segments. There’s are new versions in ceramic, including the Laureato Skeleton Ceramic, and a limited edition 34mm Laureato Royalty wristwatch for women.
The new ceramic material gives the Laureato look a new aesthetic; the alternating polish and satin finish on the case and bracelet make for a spectacular play on light and shadow. On the skeletonised model, the movement is also treated in black PVD to create an even more exceptional visual impact.
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