CHOPARD

CHOPARD

HAPPY DIAMONDS

Inspired by sparkling drops of water in a waterfall, pendants with freely moving diamonds swirl and dance between two sapphire crystals, creating a cascade of light. 

HAPPY DIAMONDS

Finely crafted from 18-carat gold, Happy Diamonds earrings are delicately feminine. Each pair frames some freely moving diamonds between 2 sapphire-crystals, allowing them to dance in a celebration of liberty and light.

HAPPY HEARTS

The bracelets of the Happy Hearts collection represent the precious expression of the moment of happiness. These Happy Hearts bracelets are a modern-day talisman, a symbol of love and joie de vivre for women.

Story

Chopard is one of the last family-run watchmaking and jewelry company. Since the 1980s, Karl and Karin’s children Caroline and Karl-Friedrich have played an active part in the company. Caroline and Karl-Friedrich are Chopard’s current co-presidents. They each showed their independence: Caroline Scheufele, who is responsible of the ladies’ collections, developed the jewelry section and later the high-end jewelry department while her brother Karl-Friedrich, who managed the men's collections, developed sports watches during the 1980s and the Chopard Manufacture in Fleurier, which produces the L.U.C movements, in the 1990s