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Diamonds Are Happier When They Are Free

Freeing precious stones from their straitjacket, consigning to oblivion the rigid corsets constraining diamonds: such was the mantra that seemed an entirely natural choice in the context of 1976. It also marked the start of a veritable revolution that would overturn existing jewellery and watchmaking codes. It all began in the workshops of the Maison, where the idea took shape of a watch adorned with diamonds that would no longer be set in place, but instead free to dance.

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Little Diamonds Do Great Things

At its heart lies a Chopard recipe that never fails to elicit wonderment and desire. The Happy Sport is a women’s watch icon like no other. Celebrating Joie de Vivre and freedom since the release of the first model in 1993, its dancing diamonds catch the eye as much as the imagination.
Each of the five moving diamonds twirl freely between two invisible sapphire crystals, powerful symbols of a free-spirited approach to life.

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Watches and Wonders Fair 2021

A not-to-be-missed event for watch and jewelry enthusiasts, Watches & Wonders is an opportunity to reveal our latest watch and jewelry creations crafted through the unique know-how and expertise of our Artisans.

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L.U.C XP Urushi Year of the Ox

Elegance, opulence, mastery of ancestral techniques: the L.U.C collection once again picks up the aesthetic codes of the finest Asian craftsmanship to create the L.U.C XP Urushi Year of the Ox timepiece. Dedicated to this symbolic year conducive to harvests and wisdom, this 88-piece limited series is ultra-thin and exquisitely refined. Its Urushi lacquer dial made by Japanese master lacquer artisans reveals a scene evocative of ancestral toil, humble prosperity and timeless elegance. Its L.U.C 96.17-L in-house movement testifies to the horological expertise of the artisans at Chopard Manufacture. + Read More

L.U.C XP Urushi Spirit of Shí Chen

Steeped in the aesthetic codes of Chinese culture, the L.U.C XP Urushi Spirit of Shí Chen is the first L.U.C timepiece to display the traditional Chinese timekeeping system, Shí Chen. The animals of the zodiac that symbolises them parade slowly by on an Urushi lacquer disc, accompanied by the symbol of prosperity and its god Lu Xing. This creative new complication exists as an 88-piece limited edition. Its L.U.C 96.29-L Chopard Manufacture movement is housed in a 40 mm ethical 18-carat rose gold case of peerless symbolic and physical finesse. + Read More

Happy Sport - flying the banner of Joie de vivre

Curtains up on the scarlet splendour of time as a theatrical performance: Chopard’s iconic Happy Sport timepiece appears in festive attire for a majestic luck-themed dance. Clad in a splendid crimson figure-hugging gown, crafted in accordance with the golden ratio embodied in its 33mm-diameter ethical 18-carat rose gold case, this ultimate embodies of the sport-chic trend carries eight dancing diamonds: a lucky number accentuating its talisman qualities. Paired with a red leather strap, the Happy Sport beats to the rhythm of the Chopard 09.01-C in-house movement. + Read More

Messenger of love

Accompanied by a love note placed under a pillow at dawn, at the end of a romantic dinner or during a trip in the middle of nature, gifts exchanged on Valentine’s Day have enduring value that Chopard subtly distills through each of its creations.

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Precious Lace - Luminous, light-as-air creative jewelry

With its intricate all-diamond jewels, the Precious Lace Collection is a contemporary classic of today’s jewelry world. Instantly recognisable as the Maison’s stylistic signature, this jewelry line is light, lyrical and supremely feminine, as well as unmistakably Chopard in its effortless design and mastery of craft skills. The collection, inspired by the lightness and whiteness of lace, plays with light and space, weaving diamonds and gold together in fluid, intricate openwork. The result is a fascinating dialogue between strength and fragility, substance and delicacy; between the eternal brilliance of diamonds and the ethereal weightlessness of a lace-like jewel floating over the skin, hovering between Haute Couture and Haute Joaillerie. 

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Precision and design for a timepiece paying tribute to Gstaad

To honour the 20th anniversary of the Chopard Boutique in Gstaad, the Alpine Eagle collection of sports chic timepieces welcomes exclusive new models adorned with a new Vals Grey dial and produced in four limited series, for a total of just 20 in all. With two versions entirely crafted in Lucent Steel A223, Chopard's exclusive high-strength, high-brightness steel, and two bi-material variations combining it with ethical 18-carat rose gold, the Alpine Eagle Gstaad Edition beats to the rhythm of Chopard's chronometer-certified precision movements.

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2020 Revolution Awards

The Alpine Eagle XL Chrono is a modern interpretation of the St. Moritz launched in 1980, the first watch designed by Karl-Friedrich Scheufele, today Co-President of Chopard. Expressing its creator's passion for the Alps and inspired by the nobility of the eagle, this timepiece is crafted in Lucent Steel A223, and features a chronometer-certified luxury chronograph movement with a flyback feature. Alpine Eagle pays tribute to today's eagles – those ambitious people who surpass themselves on a daily basis, and whose vision is an inspiration for their peers. Determined and avant-garde, they rise to tomorrow's challenges with verve, and are instinctively aware of the importance of environmental issues.

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