Every detail in their racing watches is a nod to the features of legendary sports cars that will please even the most avid connoisseurs. Unfailing passion and enduring emotion combine to create watches of timeless nature, much like the classic cars that they honour.
In the iconic Happy Diamonds collection, the most precious of stones, the diamond, is free to dance, twirl and shine between two sapphire crystals. The famous moving diamonds is one of a fascinating jewellery innovations in recent decades. Seizing the moment and living their lives to the fullest, today’s women are blessed with a contagious cheerfulness that makes them radiant. Delicate and timeless.
The IMPERIALE collection is an ode to all modern women that are tirelessly active, yet at all times extremely sophisticated.
Passion and innovation are the hallmarks of Chopard's philosophy, reflected in each unique creation of the L.U.C collection. On the inside or from the outside, each timepiece is the ultimate expression of beauty and the peak of watch-making art.
Chopard offer lady’s and gent’s timepieces borne out of passion stemming from Louis Ulysse Chopard watchmaking skills, which finally led to him opening the L.U.C. Manufacture in 1860. It is a little known fact that the Chopard name was founded on exemplary watch making, despite the high end jewellery they are now equally respected for. Once a year the new owner, Karl Freidrich Scheufelle, sponsors and takes part in the famous Mille Miglia race series. Special watches are created annually to celebrate this. The L.U.C. line of watches are dedicated to full in-house, high complication timepieces, some of which have received the Geneva Seal. Chopard Ladies watches are at once beautiful to behold, being endowed with the highest quality diamonds and jewels, and practical and reliable.
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