EYE CATCH­ING

Three more it­er­a­tions of the Cat’s Eye that might tickle your fancy

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01 Cat’s Eye Bi-retro

There is a live­li­ness to the Cat’s Eye Bi-retro thanks to the sym­met­ri­cal dou­ble ret­ro­grade in­di­ca­tions, one each for the sec­onds and the days of the week. See­ing the sec­onds hand tick for­ward and snap back at the top of every minute is quite the sight.

02 Cat’s Eye Wa­ter Lily

The afore­men­tioned Cat’s Eye Day & Night may be the col­lec­tion’s proper high jew­ellery piece, but it is not just the only evening-ap­pro­pri­ate one. We are also fond of the Cat’s Eye Wa­ter Lily, whose dial has di­a­monds set like wa­ter rip­pling out­wards in a calm pond.

03 Cat’s Eye Ce­les­tial

The large moon­phase in­di­ca­tion on the Cat’s Eye Ce­les­tial al­lows you to keep an eye on the sky. And thanks to Gi­rardPer­re­gaux’s en­gi­neer­ing pre­ci­sion, the com­pli­ca­tion will only re­quire correction once every 360 years.

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