Seduced by the light, the new
Quasar Azure
Girard-Perregaux is pleased to unveil the Quasar Azure, a new iteration of the original Quasar encased in azure blue sapphire crystal, recalling the Manufacture’s first Bridges timepieces created in 1867. This new model is a limited edition of eight pieces, conferring a notable degree of exclusivity.
Laureato Absolute Light
Full of Light
The inner strengths of the original model are revealed through an uncompromising masterwork. More sophisticated and more contemporary, it stems from a comprehensive approach to formulating the expression of today's men.
Boldness & Passion
The new Laureato Absolute Passion
Red has been an integral part of Girard-Perregaux’s collections for decades, especially on sporty timepieces evoking the automotive field with which the Manufacture nurtures a rich history. Girard-Perregaux perpetuates this strong heritage with the Laureato Absolute Passion, blending the bold character of the Absolute collection with a passionating red pantone.
A journey in the stars
The Orion trilogy
The trilogy 1966 Orion was created as a poetical reference to Orion’s mythological constellation and its belt consisting of three bright stars easily recognizable at night, on a sparkling dial made of black or blue aventurine.

There is no mystery about a Girard-Perregaux,

simply more than two centuries of craftsmanship and a perpetual commitment to perfection.
New creations


Girard-Perregaux unveils new and stunning creations, heirs of the icons on which the Manufacture has built its reputation over the centuries.


Heritage and duty

Girard-Perregaux’s oldest roots lie in the work of Jean-François Bautte, the Geneva watchmaker-jeweller who presented his first creations in 1791 and whose succession was acquired in 1906 by Girard-Perregaux, born in 1856 from the union of Constant Girard and Marie Perregaux.

Jean-François Bautte portrait
Heritage and duty