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World's best timepieces showcased at Geneva's Grand Prix D’Horlogerie


The Grand Prix D’Horlogerie is the watch industry’s equivalent of the Oscars. From diamond encrusted showstoppers to the most intricate and mechanical of creations, there's a lot to admire.

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