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Girard Perregaux Art Deco Gyromatic Chronometer. REF.00795

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  • Marca: Girard Perregaux
  • Modelo : Art Deco Gyromatic Chronometer
  • Número: Não fornecido 
  • Gênero: Unisex
  • Características: Movimento mecanico automático especial com as inscrições: Girard Perregaux Gyromatic 39 Jewels, Gyromatic Swiss, signed 23130, serial 420774, adjusted 5 positions, Chronometer
  • Caixa: Banhado a ouro, traseira em aço inox, classica  aprox. 34mm sem coroa (lug-to-lug 42mm). Lindo e harmonioso design em conjunto com o mostrador. Gravado na traseira? WaterProof – Antimagnetic – Incabloc – 1361 – Stainless Steel Back
  • Fundo: Lindo mostrador brano prateado; gravado: Girard Perregaux, Swiss Made; ponteros prateados refletivos (hora, minutos) e números clássicos art deco (numerais cardinasi dourados). Janela para data. Ponteiro de segundos dourado separado. Detaque para a harmonia clássica.
  • Pulseira : Couro Marron, não original
  • Comentários: Seminovo, revisado profissionalmente. Sem sinais perceptíveis de uso, considerando a idade da peça. Sem ressalvas. Oportunidade de adquirir um relógio luxuoso, de grande prestígio, a um preço muito atraente. Proveniência: colecionador local.        
  •  Acompanha : Sacola de luxo e livro-catálogo, além da caixa de luxo não original,  diferencial @webRelogio


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Basic Info

Listing number



Girard Perregaux





Case material

Gold filled (not tested)

Bracelet material





1950s approx..


Very good (Worn with little to no signs of wear)

Scope of delivery

Box, not original


Men's watch/Unisex


Brazil, São Paulo



Original Girard Perregaux

Number of jewels

Gyromatic Chronometer 39 jeweles


Case material

Gold filled

Case diameter

34 mm




Silvered white, Champagne

Dial numerals

Golden Cardinal Art Deco


Bracelet material


Bracelet color




Clasp material



Date window, separate Second hands




Girard Perregaux Classic Golden Art Deco Champagne Dial

Great Art Deco golden shinning numerals in outstanding harmony with the champagne-like white silver dial and classic rose golden case (not tested). Date window and separated second hand. Professionally revised. Impeccable, not perceptible signs of use for its age. Provenance Local collector.

 Stunning Movement high-end, with the inscriptions: Girard Perregaux Gyromatic 39 Jewels,  Swiss, signed 23130, serial 420774, adjusted 5 positions, Chronometer



Additional information:

Girard-Perregaux SA is a luxury Swiss watch manufacture with its origins dating back to 1791. Since 2011, the Swiss holding group of Girard-Perregaux, Sowind Group, has been a subsidiary of the French Kering Group.[2] Headquartered in La Chaux-de-FondsSwitzerland, the company opened the Girard-Perregaux Museum near its headquarters in Villa Marguerite in 1999.

Girard-Perregaux is regarded as a top-tier Kering brand. It is best known for the historic Tourbillon with three gold bridges, which was awarded a Gold Medal at the 1889 International Exposition in Paris soon after the launch of the watch.[2][6][8] Other notable models from the company include Vintage 1945, Bi-Axial Tourbillon and so on.

In 1791, watchmaker and goldsmith Jean-François Bautte signed his first watches. He created a manufacturing company in Geneva, grouping for the first time ever all the watchmaking facets of that time. This includes the engineering of the watch all the way to the final hand-assembly and hand-polishing of each watch.[1] In 1832, Jacques Bautte and Jean-Samuel Rossel succeeded Jean Bautte, becoming the head of the company.

In 1852, the watchmaker Constant Girard founded Girard & Cie in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. He then married Marie Perregaux in the same year, and the Girard-Perregaux Manufacture was founded in 1856.[9] In 1906, Constant Girard-Gallet, who took over control of the Manufacture from his father, acquired the Bautte House and merged it with Girard-Perregaux & Cie.[10]

Recent developments[edit]

Since the quartz crisis, the brand has pursued its activities by reinforcing from the 1980s its position in the domain of high-quality mechanical watches. Since late 1980s, Girard-Perregaux has been a part of the Swiss Sowind Group.[2][9]

In 1999, the Villa Marguerite, a building in La Chaux-de-Fonds from the beginning of the 20th century, became the Girard-Perregaux Museum. A selection of old watches and documents illustrating the history of the brand is presented there.[3]

In 2011, Sowind Group, the Swiss holding incorporating Girard-Perregaux, became a subsidiary of the French Kering Group.

Girard-Perregaux relies on being a manufacturer of movements and watches, and a manufacturer of cases and bands. They bring together some tens of different components: watchmakers, engineers, movement decorators, polishers, etc. This global approach, founded on the traditional know-how of the watchmaking craftsmanship, allows them to create and direct high quality watches and movements from the assembly stages all the way to the final encasement.[11]

Girard-Perregaux designs, manufactures and develops its own movements.The Manufacture has approximately 80 patents in the watchmaking domain and is the originator of many innovative concepts.

·         1965: Girard-Perregaux designed the first mechanical movement at high frequency, with the balance beating at 36,000 vibrations/hour: the Gyromatic HF.

·         1967: Girard-Perregaux receives the Centenary Award from the Astronomical Observatory de Neuchatel in recognition of the accomplishments of the Manufacture generally, and specifically for the Observatory Chronometer wristwatch that used the Gyromatic HF movement.

·         1970: Girard-Perregaux presents its first wristwatch to the world to be equipped with a quartz movement and the following year a second one which vibrates at 32,768 hertz, the frequency remaining the universal standard for quartz watches today.

·         2008: Girard-Perregaux presents prototypes of a constant-force escapement, distinguishing itself from all the other known escapements to this day. The first watch housing the constant escapement is presented in 2013.[13][14]

Notable models

Tourbillon with three gold bridges: It is the emblematic model of Girard-Perregaux. In 1884, Constant Girard submitted to the United States Patent Office a patent of the design of the movement “Tourbillon with three gold bridges.” The three bridges were redesigned in the form of arrows and placed parallel to each other. The movement was no longer just a functional and technical element, but it also became an element of design in every way. In 1889, the Tourbillon with three gold bridges was awarded a gold medal at the Universal Exposition of Paris.

In 1980, Girard-Perregaux decided to make 20 pieces to conform to the original of 1889: 1500 hours of work were necessary to create the first one. To celebrate its bicentenary in 1991, the company created a miniaturized wristwatch version of its famed Tourbillon with three gold Bridges. Since then, it is offered in different versions, and is sometimes associated with other watchmakers’ complications.

Vintage 1945 has a rectangular case and a design inspired by an Art Deco style watch dating back to 1945. Standing for worldwide time-control, this collection displays 24 time zones on the dial. The Vintage 1945 is powered by the Girard-Perregaux 9600-0019, mechanical self-winding movement and all in-house movement.

In 2012, Girard-Perregaux introduced a new Girard-Perregaux 1966 Full Calendar and a 1966 Chronograph, which has been highlighted as a new grand classic by Girard-Perregaux themselves. This Girard-Perregaux 1966 is a slightly larger faced model than previously issued by the watchmaker at 42 mm and may be a sign of the changing demands upon watchmakers by the watch enthusiast community.

Notable patrons and owners

·        Kobe Bryant, American basketball player

·        Quentin Tarantino, film director

·        Pierce Brosnan, Irish-American actor

·        Hugh Jackman, Australian actor

·        Nicolas Sarkozy, 23rd President of France

·        Farouk of Egypt, King of Egypt

·        Queen Victoria, Queen of the United Kingdom



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