Through its contemporary vision of high-end, mechanical watchmaking, Perrelet demonstrates its know-how yet again by offering a remarkable Perpetual Calendar in 18ct pink gold.
The imposing 43.5mm case is notable for the elegance of its dynamic design, whose quality of finish extends equally to the embellishment of the movement. The Perrelet P-251 automatic movement with perpetual calendar, moon phase and chronograph bears the signature of the brand. The oscillating weight, set with a glass, whose design is patented by Perrelet, enables one to see the angled bridges decorated with the now famous Perrelet embroidery in the form of a “P”.
Apart from the huge quantity of information provided by this timekeeper, the openwork black dial, featuring a tinted glass with luminous indexes provides an optimum legibility. A disc at 3 o’clock displays the eternal and poetic phases of the moon. The counter at 6 o’clock indicates the days, at 9 o’clock the months and leap years, while at 12 o’clock the date is displayed as well as the small seconds hand.
The mechanism of the movement automatically takes into account the varying length of the months and the leap years. The functions associated with the chronograph are indicated by two small hands at 6 o’clock for the hours and at 9 o’clock for the minutes.
Fitted with a top-stitched, black alligator bracelet, this timekeeper exemplifies a perfect exercise in style and in the art of precision.
The refinement of this new creation demonstrates the mastery of the course of time and of the capture of its evolution with elegance.