Listed as a unisex model, the watch features a Clous de Paris or hobnail dial that appears as everything from ‘tawny brown to pink-toned gold’ depending on the available light.
The copper tone is complemented by a gold central seconds hand and GP monogram at the 12 o’clock position.
Powered by a decorated GP03300 automatic movement with pink gold winding rotor visible through an exhibition caseback, the Laureato measures just 10mm from front to back.
Currently the only 38mm model in the Laureato line-up – sitting between 34mm and 42mm models – the Laureato Copper features the same baton hands and octagonal bezel set on a circular mount that has been the signature of the model since its debut in 1975, when it was introduced as the ‘Quartz Chronometer’.
The watch drops in December via Girard-Perregaux retailers, priced $14,900 USD.
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