Swiss luxury watch manufacturer Girard-Perregaux presents the Neo Tourbillon with Three Bridges Skeleton showcasing a new exercise in horological architecture.

The timepiece is based in the 1884 patent for the three bridges original design, the principle underlying the “With Three Gold Bridges” architecture and unique signature of Girard-Perregaux fine watchmaking.

The skeletonized tourbillon comes in a sapphire case, built to maximize the view of the movement— the GP 9400-0011 caliber, made with 27 jewels, offering 60 hours of power reserve at 21,600 vph (3 Hz).