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This Week in Watches featuring Girard Perregaux, Swarovski and St. Honoré.

Girard-Perregaux 1966 Skeleton

Fans of Girard-Perregaux can look forward to the 1966 Skeleton at this year’s Baselworld. The open-worked timepiece is an ode to fine mechanics and allows visibility to the majority of the movement. The mechanism winds automatically and measures 30 millimeters. Each of the impressive open worked components are decorated by hand. The movement is derived from the GP1800 caliber and was treated using a galvanic process similar to a metal net. In addition, a skeletonized oscillating weight catches the eye, visible through a sapphire crystal caseback.

Price: $55,400

Swarovski Crystalline Hours Watch

This is the first automatic watch for women from Swarovski, which will premiere at Baselworld 2016. The Crystalline Hours Watch was created in collaboration with watch designer, Eric Giroud. The timepiece is infused with a touch of glamour, featuring a round face and a curvy domed case containing approximately 4,000 faceted crystals.

Price: Upon Request

St. Honoré Charisma

As latest timepiece by Saint Honoré, the Charisma features an unusual, eye-catching shape. The watch comes in two versions; one combining lacquered and satin finishes, and the utilizing mother-of-pearl and diamonds. A black onyx cabochon enhances the crown and the center of the dial echoes the lines of the 35 millimeter stainless steel or PVD finished rose gold case. The watch is available on a gold bracelet or a black or purple leather strap.

Price: Upon Request

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