Description:The watch world was devastated when Girard Perregaux ceased making the Richeville model. The watch contains the legendary Girard Perregaux movement, the shape of the case is like the curves of a women’s hips. This is an incredibly good looking watch and we have more than a dozen different versions of this discontinued collectable model available.
Case: 25mm (without crown)
Case: 28mm (with crown)
Box:Your watch will be delivered in an original Girard Perregaux box. Or if you prefer you can have the watch delivered in one of our signature collectable wooden watch boxes.
Shipping: Free overnight delivery anywhere in the United States and free express delivery anywhere in the world.
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The Story:Girard-Perregaux is a high-end Swiss producer of exquisite watches. Its origins date back to 1791, when it was foundered by watchmaker and goldsmith Jean-Francois Bautte. More than sixty years later Constant Girard founder of Girard and Cie and the married Marie Perregaux. Thus, Girard-Perregaux was born in 1856.
The company holds approximately eighty patents in the watchmaking domain and has a long history of innovation. The Girard-Perregaux company, for example, was the first to produce a wristwatch for commercial production in 1880. This is a brand that does not get anywhere near as much attention as it should. Both our modern and vintage collections demonstrate that Girard-Perregaux watches are a perfect combination of class, refinement, and luxury.