GPHG Finalists

We are pleased to announce that FOUR Jacob & Co. timepieces have made it into the final selection for the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG), the most prestigious awards in watchmaking.
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Bugatti Chiron

MECHANICAL EXCEPTION: Chosen from hundreds of submissions, the Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon is one of six finalists in the this category. Featuring a 30-degree inclined tourbillon and a 16-piston engine animation, this timepiece is truly exceptional.

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Astronomia Art Phoenix

ARTISTIC CRAFTS: The result of more than seven months spent by one artisan on the solid 18K gold sculpture, the Astronomia Art Phoenix has been chosen as a finalist in this category. Rising from the ashes, the Phoenix wraps itself around the high-watchmaking Astronomia movement.


Fleurs de Jardin Rainbow

LADIES COMPLICATION: The flying tourbillon-powered Fleurs de Jardin Rainbow is a perfect choice for this category of the GPHG. Combining incredible gem sourcing and gem setting with a high-watchmaking movement is something Jacob & Co. has been doing for decades, with phenomenal success.

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The Mystery Tourbillon Ruby

JEWELRY WATCH: To call the Mystery Tourbillon Full Ruby a jewelry watch is a bit like calling a Bugatti "just" a car. The two mystery disks, meticulously set with overlapping red rubies, turn to display the time, and in the center of the watch are two triple-axis tourbillons placed back to back, turning as one. A finalist in this category, the Mystery Tourbillon Full Ruby takes jewelry watches to another level altogether

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