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Fabergé’s Lady Compliquée Peacock timepiece won the prestigious 2015 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève for its “High Mechanical” category. The Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève is the watchmaking industry’s highest honor, intended to commend excellence in horological design and craftsmanship.
The winning watch, the Lady Compliquée Peacock, was inspired by Peter Carl Fabergé’s Peacock Imperial Easter Egg of 1908. The design features hours read at the winding crown and minutes indicated by the fanning tail feathers of an intricately carved peacock.
Said Fabergé’s CEO Sean Gilbertson, “We received tremendous support from the industry and the press, and our thanks go to them and the GPHG jury in cementing Fabergé’s reputation as a leader in the watch world. Peter Carl Fabergé’s philosophy of fusing artistry, craftsmanship and ingenuity remains the core inspiration at Fabergé – as is clearly embodied in the Lady Compliquée Peacock watch.”
The watch will be exhibited as part of the Salon QP show at the Saatchi Gallery in London from November 12—14.