The Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix 2023 unveils its winners

The Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève ceremony unveiled its big winners this Thursday, November 9, at the Théâtre du Léman in the Swiss capital. Among the ninety nominees, the nineteen prize-winners will also have the privilege of being exhibited in several cities, including Dubai.

 

The wait is finally over for the watchmakers nominated in the prestigious categories of the GPHG, which took place last night in Geneva.

 

Supported by real estate giant FGP Swiss & Alps, Laurent-Perrier and Ferrari, this event was created in 2001 to celebrate and promote the art of watchmaking. Since 2011, the ceremony has been recognized as a Fondation d’utilité publique.

 

Presented by French actor Edouard Baer, this twenty-third edition of the prize brought together eighty-four watches and six mechanical clocks, for a total of ninety nominated timepieces. The jury was made up of 847 international watchmaking experts, and presided over by English writer Nick Foulkes and the GPHG Academy.

 

Audemars Piguet as the big winner



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