The First Round Of The Twelfth Geneva Haute Horlogerie Awards Will Be Shortlisted In Shanghai Exhibition

The annual “Grand Prix d Horlogerie de Geneve” (GPHG), which is known as the “Oscar Award” in the watch industry, is the founder of the highest honor in watchmaking. Following the successful eleventh session, the twelfth annual Geneva Fine Watch Awards annual awards ceremony was held at the Grand Theatre in Geneva on November 15, 2012. Several of the highest awards in the watch industry, including the Grand Prix. Prior to this, nearly 70 first-round selected models will be exhibited at Shanghai Bund 18 on October 20-21. Van Cleef & Arpel Lady Arpels Poetic Wish watch will be held in November
     Among the watches on display at this time are the finest fine jewelry watch brands including Chopard, Panerai, Parmigiani, Van Cleef & Arpel, including Van Gogh Van Cleef & Arpel Lady Arpels Poetic Wish, MB & F Legacy Machine N ° 1, HYT H1 Black DLC, Chopard Imperiale Tourbillon Full Set, Chanel Mademoiselle Prive Coromandel, Hublot ) Masterpiece Antikythera, Richard Mille RM 055 Bubba Watson, Montblanc TimeWalker ChronoVoyager UTC and other watches will compete for the best women’s clothing, the best men’s clothing, the best innovation, the best jewelry, the best complications, the best sports and Golden Finger seven major awards.
Chanel Mademoiselle Prive Coromandel Watch
Exhibition time: October 20-21
Touring Address: No. 18, Zhongshan East First Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai
About the Grand Prix of Fine Watches (GPHG):
     Founded in 2001 by the Edipresse Group, Canton of Geneva and the city of Geneva, it aims to recognize the best timepieces in the international watch industry, make the greatest contribution to the watch industry and promote the spirit of watchmaking-breakthrough innovation, exquisite craftsmanship and pursuit Excellence-individuals, brands and institutions, known as the highest prestige, most authoritative and influential watch industry in the Swiss watch industry, known as the ‘Oscar Award’ in the watch industry. All watchmaking brands are open to the competition, with about 300 brands participating each year.