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High Jewellery collections

In Chopard’s High Jewellery workshops, the creativity of Co-President and Artistic Director Caroline Scheufele blends seamlessly with the artistic crafts of lost-wax carvers and casters, jewellers, lapidaries, gemsetters and polishers, to name but a few. It is a story of hands, those of the expert, patient and inventive Artisans within the Manufacture who successively apply their skills to these exceptional one-of-a-kind creations, integral to the Maison's proud High Jewellery tradition.

Red carpet

The romance between Chopard and the Red Carpet began in 1998, when the Swiss-based Maison became Official Partner to the Cannes Film Festival. The Red Carpet Collection thus unveiled each year at the Cannes Film Festival provides Chopard with a recurring opportunity to push the boundaries of its High Jewellery collection while expressing cherished values.


Precious Lace

Delicate and precious, finely wrought and ablaze with light, evocative of the sophisticated techniques of Haute Couture, Chopard’s iconic Precious Lace High Jewelry collections are an exquisite embroidery mingling creativity and sensitivity in which the jewelry Artisans of the Geneva-based Maison become lacework experts.


Animal world

To celebrate Chopard’s 150-year anniversary, Caroline Scheufele, Co-President and Artistic Director, dreamed up 150 High Jewellery creations in celebration of animals, a world never before explored by the Maison.


The Queen of Kalahari

This is the story of an incredible, ultra-rare 342-carat diamond of perfect colour and absolute purity which has provided 23 stones, five weighing over 20 carats, for the most precious diamond jewellery set ever produced by Chopard: The Garden of Kalahari.


Caroline's Dreams

Chopard highlights the extraordinary personality of its Artistic Director, Caroline Scheufele. Through her creative genius and knowledge of precious stones, she infuses each of the Maison's Haute Joaillerie creations with a unique aura of splendour.