In collaboration with the Maison‘s sole authorised retailer, PMT The Hour Glass, Girard-Perregaux is hosting a virtual exhibition, “Shaping The <K>now since 1791”, to celebrate the watchmaker’s 230 years of passion.
From now until September 30, 2021, horological connoisseurs and enthusiasts will be able to enjoy this immersive virtual exhibition that dives deep into the history of Girard-Perregaux, one of the oldest fine watchmaking manufacture in Switzerland. The interactive online exhibition will take visitors through 360° virtual viewing of some of the most historically significant timepieces and priceless horological innovations admired by the likes of Queen Victoria and countless aristocrats, dignitaries and celebrities throughout the ages.
The “Shaping The <K>now since 1791” exhibition will also take viewers into an intimate journey across Girard-Perregaux’s two centuries of Haute horological history. One can admire some of the rarest and remarkably decorated timepieces, including pocket watches from the time of founder Jean-François Bauette to the renowned Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges by Constant Girard-Perregaux. It is undoubtedly significant and an event that no watch lovers should miss, as the exhibition will offer a glimpse into the Museum collection only viewable at the Girard-Perregaux Manufacture, La Chaux-De-Fonds, in Switzerland.
Bask in Girard-Perregaux’s exquisite aesthetics and the art of horology perfected throughout the years since 1791. Aside from historical pieces, viewers will further enjoy the Maison’s poetic and contemporary designs through pieces including the Planetarium and the recently revealed Tourbillon with Three Flying Bridges from this year’s Geneva Watch Days.
“Shaping The <K>now since 1791” by Girard-Perregaux and PMT The Hourglass is an incredible journey that looks back into its heritage and ahead into the future. From the oldest know-how to new technologies and cutting-edge materials, the iconic timepieces are brought to life in this immersive, interactive virtual exhibition.
To enter the exhibition, visit PMT The Hour Glass.