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Beauregard dahlia C1 nominated in ladies complication category at GPHG


Beauregard’s dahlia C1 has been nominated in the Ladies Complication Category at the Grand Prix de l’Horlogerie de Genève.

Released in June of this year, the dahlia C1 was designed with the aim to combine traditional watchmaking and jewellery making into one piece.

Priced at $240,000, the piece features a self-winding mechanical movement and is water resistant to 50m.


The watch has a power reserve of 65 hours and comes in a grey gold case with a leather bracelet strap and folding buckle.

The dahlia collection is the brand’s first collection of watches since it was founded in 2011.

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