GIRARD-PERREGAUX LAUREATO SKELETON CERAMIC
Girard-perregaux introduces its emblematic Laureato Skeleton to the world of ceramics. While the Laureato Skeleton is taking a walk on the dark side, solely to enhance its charisma and strong presence, it still allows light to flood through its openworked movement. The Laureato Skeleton Ceramic thereby once again demonstrates the strength and relevance of the Girard-perregaux design, capable of multiple mutations through time in terms of both size and materials. The Laureato is defined by a polished octagonal bezel fitted on an integrated case with no lugs or loops. The use of ceramics further accentuates its ergonomic qualities as the technical material is light, virtually scratchproof and extremely well tolerated by the skin. Its extreme hardness nonetheless makes it a material that is extremely hard to shape, especially when it comes to following the complex volumes of the Laureato. Despite the challenges, Girard-perregaux chose to carve out the octagonal bezel and the shape of the bracelet links from a solid block of material, as well as to give them the required textures.