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GPHG - Grand prix d'Horlogerie de Genève
Chaumet  - At the GPHG 2013

Chaumet At the GPHG 2013

Chaumet is taking part in the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève with three ladies' watches: a "Liens", an "Attrape-moi... Si tu m'aimes" as well as the "Hortensia Tourbillon".

Among the four models entered by Chaumet for the GPHG, three have been pre-selected et will take part in the final stage of the competition, each in their respective category.
 
Liens
The Liens watch has been pre-selected in the "Ladies' watch" category. Its pink gold round case is set with diamonds. The “lien” motif seems to be in continuous movement as it draws its cross-over signature on the profile of the case and creates a link on each side of the dial. The dial is in white lacquer and satin-finish silver. The piece is animated by a self-winding mechanical movement.

chaumet liensAn ultimate detail enhances this delicate timepiece: the bezel is set with a mother-of-pearl cabochon.
 
Attrape-moi...Si tu m'aimes
This creative complication watch is competing in the "Ladies' complication watch"  category. A collaboration between Chaumet and the Swiss master craftsmen, who practise and preserve exceptional savoir-faire and artistic decorative skills, gave rise to this timepiece. 

Chaumet - Attrape-moi...Si tu m'aimesThis "Attrape-moi...Si tu m'aimes" sets the scene for a game of seduction between the Chaumet’s iconic bee and the spider. The pink gold spider represents the hours while the diamond-studded bee serve as the minutes. An unprecedented mechanism, designed and developed exclusively for Chaumet, the CP12V-XII automatic winding calibre animates the timepiece.
 
Hortensia Tourbillon
The Hortensia Tourbillon is competing for the prize in the "Artistic Crafts watch" category.
The generously proportioned case is adorned with with diamonds on the bezel and flowers garland on its edges. The Hortensia Tourbillon is animated by the CP12V-IX caliber, a manual-winding mechanical movement which backside plate and upper disc have been drawn in hydrangea shape.

Chaumet - Hortensia TourbillonThe hours and and minutes are displayed above a flowerbed created by jewellery craftsmen experts in the technics of engraving and Grand Feu enamelling. The Hortensia Tourbillon watch, which beats at the rhythm of 21’600 vibrations per hour, with a power reserve of 120 hours, is a precious complication, which draws upon materials and know-hows dear to Chaumet.
 
You can take part in the Prix du Public by voting for their favourite watches. To vote for Chaumet, click here.
 

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