Last night the watch industry came together to compete for the most coveted awards in watchmaking, the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG). Comprising of 19 categories and 84 pre-selected watches, the winners were announced at the ceremony often dubbed ‘The Oscars of watchmaking’. See the full shortlist of pre-selected watches here, or otherwise you can skip straight ahead to this year’s winners below.
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