When Valentine’s Day comes around, Chopard enjoys playing modern-day Cupid. Rather than silver arrows, its quiver contains a sprinkling of diamonds and rubies teamed with white gold.
A bright ray of sunshine amid the grey of winter, Valentine’s Day is a dream occasion to reveal our feelings to the object of our affections. With Chopard as a messenger, tender confessions sparkle like promises of endless love.
Some say it with flowers, others with poems. Chopard unites the delicacy of the former and the romanticism of the latter within a watch. Framed by an 18-carat white gold case, the shimmering white textured mother-of-pearl dial of the Happy Diamonds Joaillerie model draws all eyes to the joyfully spinning five diamonds and five tiny ruby hearts that are a true Chopard signature. The stones are set on prongs – a new feature introduced to mark the 40th anniversary of the Happy Diamonds – and thus shine more brightly than ever. The brilliant-cut gemstones adorning the bezel further enhance this dazzling whiteness that a playful Cupid has shot through with flaming red arrows of passion.
A token of love, a lucky charm and a motif cherished by Caroline Scheufele, the heart is a recurrent theme in the work of the Geneva-based Maison. Allied with the famous Happy Diamonds, the other Chopard symbol, it now has its own emblematic collection, naturally named Happy Hearts.
Picking up the bracelet design, the bangle-style rings face each other in a graceful pas de deux – with colourful hearts enclosing a moving diamond appearing at either end. Generous sized spherical models in rose or white gold display a sprinkling of hearts in the same colour, including an adorable smaller heart housing a moving diamond.
Chopard’s classic Imperiale watch line welcomes a new interpretation for Valentine’s Day: a delightful pastel pink model artfully combining softness with sophisticated elegance, for those who love to see life through rose-tinted glasses.
Some say it with flowers, others with hearts! The universal symbol of love deeply cherished by Caroline Scheufele – who has made it the emblem of Chopard – is imaginatively interpreted through High Jewellery creations distinguished by their exceptional aesthetic purity.
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