The latest addition to Girard Perregaux's timeless "1966" collection is the innovative, sleek "Grande Date Et Phases De Lune," or "Large Date and Moon Phases." This timepiece epitomizes Girard Perregaux's capabilities as a haute-horlogerie manufacture, in terms of aesthetics, quality, and technical design. Is the GP 1966 "Large Date and Moon Phases" the paragon of a complicated dress watch? I'd say so!
The 41-millimeter, white gold (or pink gold) case houses the 32-jewel, manufacture caliber GP03300-011. This self-winding movement boasts a 46-hour power reserve and other functions, such as moon phase and date indicators, hence this timepiece's name: "Large Date and Moon Phases."
The white, opaline dial is fitted with leaf hands.
It can be said that Girard Perregaux has, in a remarkable fashion, managed to keep the appearance of this somewhat complicated timepiece ever-so-simple.
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