On the occasion of the Haute Couture Week in Paris, Chopard remains faithful to the passion of its Artistic Director and presents new pieces of jewelry. Diamonds, rubies, sapphires and exceptional Paraiba tourmalines make up this precious collection made up of colors and light, which the Maison’s artisans will sublimate by transforming it into enchanting and fascinating Haute Joaillerie creations.
To open the dances, a pair of yellow sapphires from Ceylon, also known as the Island of Gems: both exhibit a refined oval cut and weigh respectively 151.19 and 127.70 carats. To the surprising dimensions they combine the extreme purity, the perfectly matched color and the uniform structure that characterizes the most precious sapphires of Ceylon. Bright as solar stars, they will embellish a ring with a bold design combined with a manchette bracelet.
In addition to various precious stones whose fate has yet to be written, Chopard presents the Parisian public with some jewels recently made by its Haute Joaillerie workshops. Among these, a specimen worthy of a queen: a choker of white diamonds from which hangs an extraordinary solar star, a fancy intense yellow diamond of over 100 carats, of breathtaking beauty. Caroline Scheufele explains: “In my family we have been jewelery experts for several generations and for this very reason I have always had the opportunity to see the rarest precious stones. This yellow diamond, impressive in its size and fascinating in its color, immediately attracted my attention and today our Maison is proud to present it”.