This week on Prodibi we would like to celebrate the amazing Craftmanship around Planetarium Tri-Axial watch released at SIHH 2017 in Geneva

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Girard Perregaux: Manufacturer since 1791

Girard-Perregaux is a Swiss luxury watch manufacturer born in 1791. The history of the Brand is marked by legendary watches that combine sharp design with innovative artisanship such as the renowned Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges, presented in 1889 at the Paris Universal exhibition by Constant Girard-Perregaux himself.

Girard-Perregaux is devoted to the creation of state-of-the-art Haute Horlogerie and is one of the few watchmakers to unite all the skills of design and manufacture under the same roof — including the forging of the “heart” of the watch, the movement. In 2013, Girard-Perregaux received numerous prizes like the prestigious Aiguille d’Or of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève.

Planetarium Tri-Axial: The Swiss Artisanship

This absolutely gorgeous Fine Watch combines technical expertise, iconic design and traditional craftsmanship that make the essence of the **Girard-Perregaux DNA and Swiss Artisanship in general.

The majestic high-speed Tri-Axial tourbillon by Girard-Perregaux welcomes two captivating, delicately miniature complication, hand painted by creative craftsman: a rotating globe with day/night indication and a precision moon-phase display.

The globe's cartography depicts the world as it was in 1791, the year the brand was created. The equally micro-painted lunar disc picks up the 17th-century selenography at the time the telescope was invented, beautifully matching the blue shades of the rotating globe and reproducing the moon as we see it.

An amazing piece of art that must be seen perfectly thanks to full-resolution pictures!

Click on the images to discover the Art of Planetarium Tri Axial.

Sources:
https://www.girard-perregaux.com/
https://www.hautehorlogerie.org/