Girard-Perregaux 'Two-Tone Dial'

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A brand that is rarely seen in our collection but definitely not underrated. This yellow and gold, two-tone piece is made by Girard Perregaux around 1950. The watch has a case size of 35,5 mm, is made out of stainless steel and runs on the thin, manually wound, ‘in-house’ calibre 30.On the dial we’ll find ‘blocky’ Arabic numbers on the even hours and a decentral second hand above the 6-hour position. The watch has sharp but fancy lugs and is fitted on a thin, brown, leather strap.With this watch Girard-Perregaux created an elegant dress watch. But thanks to its playful dial layout you’ll never be that boring and outdated guy.


The foundation of Girard-Perregaux was laid in the year 1791 when watchmaker and goldsmith Jean-Francois Bautte created his first watches in La-Chaux de Fonds, Geneva. With Constant Girard, ‘Girard & Cie’ was founded in the year 1852. When Girard married Marie Perregaux four years later Girard-Perregaux was born and they started making prestigious mechanical watches.



Packages are generally dispatched within 2 days after receipt of payment and are shipped within the Netherlands by Registered Mail through the Dutch carrier PostNL and for other countries by Fedex. Consult us if you prefer another method of shipping. For most destinations tracking is available.