The intricate and concentric dial pattern seen here on the new Girard Perregaux 1966 is a fine example of the guilloché technique known as flinqué, where the engraver uses the rose-engine lathe is turned to create concentric, wave like ridges emanating outward from the center of the dial. This, along with a ~2mm downsizing of the case, makes for one very appealing timepiece!
38mm pink gold case, guilloché dial, automatic mechanical GP03300 caliber (visible through sapphire crystal caseback)
A ladies model, with 30mm case and diamond-bezel, is also introduced ($18,300).
For more info, visit Girard-Perreaux’s website.