Set up in 1973, Khimji's Watches offers a range of global designs from Rolex, Cartier, Chopard, Piaget, Mikimoto, Girard Perregaux, Tudor, Oris, Frederique Constant, Bells & Ross, Vertu and Caran D'ache.
What does GP stand for?
GP stands for Girard Perregaux (watch manufacturer; Switzerland)
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Girard Perregaux 1966 MINUTE REPEATER Before the advent of electric lighting, minute repeaters would strike the hours with catchy sounds.
Additionally, Girard Perregaux also brought significant results; the Vintage 1945 Tourbillon with Three Gold Bridges [lot 211] sold for $57,500 while the Girard Perregaux World Time Perpetual Calendar [lot 214] with special order dial sold for $ 22,500.
It is not only Rolex watches which can be serviced at this centre, indeed all of Khimji's watches luxury brands will be facilitated, including Cartier, Chopard, Piaget, Mikimoto, Girard Perregaux, Tudor, Oris, Frederique Constant, Bells & Ross and Caran D'ache, the statement added.
Girard Perregaux launches three bridges gold tourbillon in the middle east Prestige Swiss watch manufacturer Girard-Perregaux announced the Middle East launch of the Tourbillon with three gold bridges - a unique watch that has won countless awards and accolades.
The hoard includes a Girard Perregaux Ferrari President watch, an 18ct gold, three-stone diamond ring with a yellow shank, an 18ct gold bangle with 30 clan-set diamonds, a gold watch engraved with Cyril Harper, a marquis diamond engagement ring and a platinum wedding ring engraved with 13-05-05.