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The winners of the “Oscars of watches” exhibited in Dubai

The winners of this year’s “Watchmaking Oscars” have been chosen, with a wide range of timepieces recognized for their technical perfection and eye-catching design.

An industry jury chose the world’s best watches in fifteen different categories, including sports, jewelry and travel watches, with the prizes awarded by the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) in Geneva at the start. of the month.

The grand prize for the best watch in the world, the Grand Prix de l’Aiguille d’Or, was awarded to the Chronomètre Ferdinand Berthoud FB 1 by Ferdinand Berthoud.

This limited-edition white gold and titanium timepiece, which sells for over $200,000, features a leather strap and is powered by a hand-wound movement made up of over 1,120 components.

The Public Prize, chosen on the basis of international votes online and at certain international watch exhibitions, was awarded to 33 bis Quai des Bergues by Czapek Geneva.

The winning watches were showcased in Seoul, Rome and Geneva before arriving in Dubai on November 15 for their final hurray during Dubai Watch Week.

Watches from the brands Audemars Piguet, Montblanc, MB&F, Piaget, TAG Heuer and Tudor, as well as Chanel, Eberhard & Co, Fabergé and Grönefeld, were also honored this year by the international jury of 27 people.

Check out the gallery above to see the full list of this year’s winners.

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