There's no doubt that Bulgari like the GPHG. In 2017 they won the men's category for their Octo Finissimo Automatic and the Tourbillon prize for the Finissimo Skeleton.*A few years earlier, in 2014, they took home the Jewellery prize for their Diva High Jewellery Emeralds. Their odds are looking strong for the 2019 edition of the awards too, with five watches shortlisted. Now, it would be crazy for all five watches to win, but much like Katniss Everdeen, we hope the odds are forever in Bulgari's favour. Mechanical Exception Bulgari Octo Roma Grande Sonnerie Perpetual Calendar Let's kick off with the big guy. I was pretty lucky to get a look at this incredible watch at Basel earlier in the year given that it's an LE of eight pieces. And given the fact that it packs in a ton of high-end complication (and the repeater sounds beautiful), the big surprise for me was the lightness the carbon case weighs next to nothing. The same can't be said for the price, which is a hefty 820,000 CHF. Ladies Bulgari Serpenti Seduttori Pink Gold and Diamonds I'm pretty open to wearing watches made with women in mind, and…

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