Twelve categories, six pieces in each and one winner. Yesterday in Geneva at the Grand Théâtre de Genève, Aurel Bacs and 25 members of the jury rewarded the work and devotion the watches and jewelry brands have put in their creations
Who are the GPHG 2015 winners ?
And the winner is …
For the Ladies’ watch prize: Hublot Big Bang Broderie
For the Ladies High Mechanical watch prize: Fabergé Lady Compiquée Peacock
For the Men’s watch prize: Kari Voutilainen GMR
For the Chronograph watch prize: Piaget Altiplano Chrono
For the Tourbillon watch prize: Ulysse Nardin Anchor Tourbillon
For the Calendar watch prize: Hermès Slim d’Hermes QP
For the Striking watch prize: Girard-Perregaux Minute Repeater Tourbillon with gold bridges
For the Mechanical Exception prize: Jaquet Droz The Charming Bird
For the Petite Aiguille prize: Habring2 Felix
For the Sports watch prize: Tudor Pelagos
For the Jewellery watch prize: Audemars Piguet Diamond Punk
For the Artistic Crafts watch prize: Blancpain Villeret Cadran Shakudo
In addition to the 12 official prizes… a few more were awarded to eminent people of the industry for the remarkable work such as :
Antoine Preziuso who not only won the Public Prize but also the Innovation Watch Prize thanks to his Tourbillon of Tourbillons.
Piaget who won the Revival Watch Prize for the Extremely Piaget Double Sided Cuff Watch with a black opal dial.
Last but not least, the Special Jury Prize rewarded Micke Pintus, Yannick Pintus and Jean-Luc Perrin, the three Vacheron Constantin watchmakers who took 8 years to develop the most complicated watch ever made, REFERENCE 57260 Watch.