The "Oscars of Watchmaking" for this year have been announced. A wide range of watches were recognized for their engineering excellence and eye-catching designs.
The awards were presented by the
The GPHG was launched in Geneva at the beginning of this month.
Ferdinand Berthoud's Chronometre Ferdinand Berthoud FB 1 won the Aiguille d'Or Grand Prix for the best watch in the world.
This limited edition white gold and Titanium timepiece, which sells for over $200,000, features a leather band and is powered by an intricate hand-wound mechanism with more than 1,120 parts.
Czapek Genève was awarded the Public Prize for 33 bis Quai des Bergues, which was chosen from votes cast internationally on-line and at selected international watch exhibitions.
The winning watches have been shown in Seoul and Geneva, before arriving in Dubai for their final show on 15 November.
The 27-person jury also recognized watches from Audemars Piguet and Montblanc brands, as well as Piaget, TAG Heuer, Tudor, MB&F and Chanel.
See the complete list of winners in the gallery.