The bezel on the 30mm pink gold case, is lit up by 80 diamonds following one upon the other to the ends of each lug.

The dial has a guilloché pattern and a shimmering bronze-colored face. It shines with its arrays branching out from the center like a corolla radiating outward. Each consists of a succession of delicate arabesques, like so many petals with their sparkling reflections. Two leaf-shaped hands enhance the dial, while the hours are emphasized by hour markers set with diamonds, except for 6 and 12 o’clock, which are marked by polished Roman numerals.


Girard-Perregaux 1966 Lady

Glittering with precious stones, “Lady 1966” was conceived as a delicate poem of a watch. © Girard-Perregaux

The watch is fitted with a self-winding mechanical movement GP03200 entirely developed, made and assembled in the workshops of the Manufacture. Decorated in traditional style, it offers the hours and minutes functions and has a 42-hour power reserve.


The sapphire crystal of the case-back reveals the self-winding movement GP03200. © Girard-Perregaux

“Lady 1966” is dressed in a chocolate-colored glazed alligator strap with a pink gold pin buckle.