From Audemars Piguet winning the Aiguille d’Or to Ulysse Nardin claiming the Iconic title, here are all the winners for the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) 2023.
After months of deliberation – and a world tour of the nominated pieces – the 23rd Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) finally concluded on November 9. Held at the Théâtre du Léman in Geneva, the awards ceremony, which is often referred to as the horological event of the year, announced the winners of the 15 categories, each celebrating watchmaking creativity and excellence in their respective sections.
The highlight was, of course, the coveted best-in-show distinction, the Aiguille d’Or Grand Prix, which was awarded to Audermars Piguet for Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet Ultra-Complication Universelle RD#4. Not forgetting the Special Jury Prize, which recognises a key individual or institution in the watchmaking industry and thus, presented to founders of the AHCI, Svend Andersen and Vincent Calabrese.
Ulysse Nardin, Voutilainen, Petermann Bédat, and Tudor were also among the names honoured with one of the prestigious awards as determined by the GPHG Jury for 2023, chaired by Nick Foulkes once again. Ahead is the full GPHG 2023 prize list:
GPHG 2023 PRIZE LIST:
“Aiguille d’Or” Grand Prix: Audemars Piguet Code 11.59 Universelle RD#4
- Ladies’: Piaget Hidden Treasures
- Ladies’ Complication: Dior Montres Grand Soir Automate Etoile de Monsieur Dior
- Tourbillon: Laurent Ferrier Grand Sport Tourbillon Pursuit
Men’s Complication: Voutilainen World Timer
- “Petite Aiguille”: Christopher Ward London C1 Bel Canto
- Calendar and Astronomy: Bovet 1822 Récital 20 Astérium
- Artistic Crafts: Piaget Altiplano Métiers d’Art – Undulata
Iconic: Ulysse Nardin Freak One
- Challenge: Raymond Weil Millesime automatic small seconds
- Mechanical Clock: L’Epée 1839 Time Fast II Chrome
- “Horological Revelation”: Simon Brette Chronomètre Artisans
Chronograph: Petermann Bédat Chronographe rattrapante
- Chronometry: Ferdinand Berthoud Chronomètre FB 3SPC
- Jewellery: Bulgari Serpenti Cleopatra
- Innovation: Hautlence Sphere Series 1
Sports: Tudor Pelagos 39
- Audacity: Maison Alcée Persée Azur
- Special Jury Prize: Svend Andersen and Vincent Calabrese, Founders of the AHCI
Watch interview videos and photos from the event on www.gphg.org.