Modeled from Girard-Perregauxâ€™s GPHG Aiguille Dâ€™Or award-winning Constant Escapement L.M. from 2013, the Only Watch edition serves as an improved iteration with new technical and aesthetic advancements. Attired in a 45mm, matte-finished, pink gold case the timepiece houses a symmetrical yet unconventional dial that showcases its inner workings.
Its caseback also boasts a practically identical design, with the front setting itself apart with an embedded golden track on the flange, skeletonized dauphine handset, power reserve indicator, black nickel-treated, and lume-filled indexes. Operating the timekeeper is an in-house GP09200-2196, a hand-winding mechanical movement providing up to 3 meters of water resistance, and a 7-day power reserve.
The one-off timepiece will be presented at Only Watch in Geneva coming November 5. Itâ€™s estimated to sell for 140,000 â€“ 200,000 CHF (approximately $156,470 â€“ $223,529 USD) and more information can be discovered at its designated webpage over at Only Watchâ€™s official website.
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