The new First Class Gold models that we introduced a couple of days ago are completed by two skeletonized versions, featuring a black or white dial.
The 4N 18K pink gold case measures 42.50 mm in diameter and 10.70 mm thick and is water resistant to 50m. It houses the in-house P-381 automatic movement displaying the hours, minutes and central seconds.
Protected by a sapphire crystal glareproofed on both sides, the cut-out white or black guilloché dial features a large central opening revealing the intricate workings of the gleaming Perrelet movement. It bears golden hour-markers and blued hands.
Perrelet’s inherent perfectionism is reflected in every part composing its elegant creations, starting with the incredible feat represented by the skeleton-working of the P-381 movement. The latter is thus transformed into an exquisite metallic lacework, notably featuring the extreme hollowing of the winding weight bearing the brand initial and visible through the see-through sapphire crystal caseback glareproofed on both sides.
The First Class Skeleton Gold timepiece is fitted with a brown or black alligator, with rose gold (18 cts, 4N) pin buckle.