For the month of romance, Chopard exults one of its symbols – the heart! The shape is an eternal source of inspiration and a longstanding part of the maison’s essence, as evidenced by these highly covetable collections.
Happy Diamonds Icons
The heart is a universal motif that carries a playful and generous meaning. Chopard has found the quintessential archetype of the heart design and created a shape that represents sculptural perfection. The Happy Diamonds Icons collection embodies this quest’s culmination in a series of hearts set or polished in ethical 18-carat rose, white, or yellow gold. The jewellery repertoire consists of a pair of sleeper and chip earrings, rings, pendants, bangles, and supple bracelets. A slender line that can be daringly stacked, revealing the signature of the quintessential Chopard woman.
So much more than a jewel, this pink mother-of-pearl edition consolidates the collaboration between Caroline Scheufele, co-president and artistic director of Chopard, and Natalia Vodianova, founder of the Naked Heart Foundation, which works to improve the daily lives of the most underprivileged children. Chic and joyful, the creations include a dainty bangle, a long sautoir necklace, and chandelier earrings in ethical 18-carat rose or white gold.
Three pairs of heart earrings are joining the Haute Joaillerie collection. At Chopard, the heart is a much-studied theme that not only echoes its values, but has also long been a part of its creations’ core aesthetic. The earrings are crafted in ethical 18-carat white gold with diamonds or coloured titanium with tsavorites or amethysts, adding an extra glow to women’s faces.
This heart-themed jewellery watch is graced with diamonds and a pink mother-of-pearl dial featuring refined guilloché work. The bezel is entirely paved with brilliant-cut diamonds enhanced by the sophisticated crown setting as well as a burgundy leather strap. After a round and oval interpretation, L’Heure du Diamant timepiece now honours the symbol of love.