High point for the Girard-Perregaux Cosmos

Unveiled in 2019, Cosmos subtly combines technical virtuosity, fine craftsmanship and impeccable finishing.

Girard-Perregaux is now offering three final one-of-a-kind versions marking the end of a fascinating chapter. These new iterations respectively feature aventurine, obsidian and onyx, as well as a combination of spectrolite and aventurien.

The Cosmos is endowed with three complications. Presented at the base of the dial, the tourbillon is distinguished by a titanium lyre-shaped cage. This is held in position by Girard-Perregaux’s signature Neo Bridge. The timepiece is also equipped with the terrestrial globe, located at 3 o’clock and serving as a day/night indicator. Positioned opposite, at 9 o’clock, a celestial globe displays the constellations of the Zodiac.

All three unique pieces feature two-part dials, formed of aventurine, obsidian or spectrolite. Likewise, the globes are made of black aventurine, black aventurine or onyx. Each set of globes is adorned with meticulously executed gold- or silver-toned micro painting, a process that takes no less than 14 hours to complete.

March 16, 2023