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GPHG - 2013 official pre-selection

GPHG 2013 official pre-selection

The jury of the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève have pre-selected 70 watches that will continue the competititon.

The list of 70 watches pre-selected by the 2013 jury of the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève is available on its official website www.gphg.org. These timepieces will be continuing the competition to win one of the 16  prizes that will reward the finest creations of the year and the most remarkable actors on the watchmaking stage.

The 13th awards ceremony of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève will be held on Friday November 15th 2013 at the Grand Théâtre de Genève, attended by Mr. Ueli Maurer, President of the Swiss Confederation. Linked in a two-way broadcast with New York and available in English, the awards ceremony will be streamed live on www.gphg.org.

Watch enthusiasts are invited to vote for their favourite watch on the Internet or on the GPHG mobile app. They thereby help choose the winner of the Public Prize and automatically take part in the prize draw offering a chance to win a watch.

The 70 watches pre-selected by the jury will be taking part in a travelling exhibition enabling an international audience to discover and admire a one-and-only gathering of the year’s finest watchmaking creations. Beijing is the first stopover for this 2013 exhibition, on show from October 11th to 13th. The 70 timepieces will then travel to Macao (October 15th through 18th)and Dubai (October 22nd to 24th).

Upon returning to Geneva, the watches will be displayed in the Cité du Temps from November 1st to 10th. In the final stage of this roadshow, the prize-winning watches of the various 2013 awards will be presented in Singapore after the awards ceremony, from November 21st to 28th, in the L’Atelier by The Hour Glass boutique, in partnership with this Singapore-based retailer.

Created in 2001, the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève is intended as an annual salute to the excellence and creativity of worldwide horological production. It is organised under the patronage of the State and the City of Geneva.