Since the invention of the emblematic Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges, the Manufacture has been writing the epic saga of these technical elements that have become an essential part of the elegant aesthetic characterising its entire range of timepieces. A year after the launch of the Neo Bridges model offering an extremely contemporary interpretation of the famous gold bridges, the Bridges collection now welcomes two interpretations with classically inspired accents, once again celebrating the seamless merging of design and mechanics.
While there are ‘only’ two of them, their arrow-shaped silhouette attests to their noble origins. Standing out vividly against the dial of the new Classic Bridges, the gold bridges epitomise a formal and symbolic link between eras. Attired in pink gold and available in two diameters – a 45 mm extra-wide version and a more understated 40 mm interpretation – these new timepieces are firmly rooted in the present with a partially openworked dial providing tantalising glimpses of their inner mechanical secrets.
A new Girard-Perregaux in-house manufactured movement whose complex architecture displays more than 200 components, along with a design faithful to the DNA of the Manufacture: the movement is not only a technical part of the watch but also an integral part of the design which makes this new addition to the Bridges collection instantaneously recognizable.