The Watchmaking World’s “Oscars ceremony” chose the winners for each category: Chopard, Tudor e Chanel were some of the bid winners of the night, in Théâtre du Léman, Geneva.
The Foundation of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève annually organises the GPHG, which is intended to salute the excellence of worldwide horological production and annually rewards the finest creations and the most important operators in the watchmaking sector.
The watches pre-selected for the GPHG, as well as the winners, take part in a travelling exhibition that enables an international audience to discover and admire the finest timepieces of the year, exceptionally united on this occasion. The prize-giving ceremony was held at the Théâtre du Léman in Geneva on November 8, 2017.
The Chopard LUC Full Strike was awarded the “Aiguille d’Or”. Rightful honors for an extraordinary watch, which is all the more remarkable, because last year Chopard also won this coveted award, yet then with the Chronomètre Ferdinand Berthoud FB 1.
In addition of winning the Aiguille d’Or award, In addition of winning the Aiguille d’Or award, Chopard was also distinguished by the Jewellery category with the exceptional Lotus Blanc Watch.
In the women’s category, Chanel excelled by winning the prize with the Première Camélia Skeleton, a Manual-winding mechanical .
Vintage inspired designs also scored high, with Tudor being awarded the “Petite Aiguille” prize for small complications with the Black Bay Chrono.
Find out more about the winners at Espiral do Tempo.