Chopard’s Alpine Eagle collection welcomes a new series of models adorned with dials in scintillating shades and bezels set with a gemstone gradient.

True to Chopard’s commitment to sustainable luxury, this new series of 41mm-diameter watches is crafted in ethical 18-carat yellow, white or rose gold. They come in four combinations of ethical gold and gems set in a subtle colour gradient: yellow gold and pink sapphires, white gold with blue and purple sapphires, white gold and tsavorites and rose gold and spessartites.

Echoing the sparkle of the bezel setting, each of these models features the emblematic eagle-eye, radiating-patterned dial in the luminous hues that define the collection’s identity. They also bring Swiss landmark references. The Alpine Eagle Summit model in yellow gold features a Golden Peak colour bearing the name of the rocky summit in the Swiss part of the Mont Blanc massif. The two white gold watches are respectively adorned with a Zinal Blue dial, whose blue and purple reflections reproduce those of the eponymous glacier standing proudly in the heart of the Swiss Alps, and Vals Grey, recalling the silvery reflections of the quartzite stone found in the canton of Graubünden. The last timepiece in this series, crafted in rose gold, features a Pink Dawn dial, reminiscent of the sun’s early light as it rises over the mountains in the morning. All around these glowing dials, a setting of baguette-cut gemstones, patiently matched to form a subtle colour gradient, lights up the watch bezel and echoes the dial colour.

The timepieces beat at the rhythm of the brand’s Chopard 01.15-C self-winding movement, which is visible through a transparent sapphire crystal caseback. Developed in Chopard’s watchmaking workshops and certified by the Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC). The word Chronometer embossed on the dial is a reminder of this label of precision and excellence.

The Alpine Eagle Summit is a tribute to the grandeur of the environment surrounding us, which Chopard remains determined to protect.

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please visit Bahrain Jewellery Centre (BJC).

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