This spring Chopard is focusing on graceful lightness with the new Happy Diamonds Butterflies collection. As has always been the case since the launch of the first Happy Diamonds collection in 1976, the mobile diamonds, trademark of the collection, also play a key role in the butterfly jewellery. With their wellbalanced proportions, airily-light lines and magical symbolism, this feminine jewellery is already one of the major classics at Chopard.
The pendants, bracelets, rings, earrings and long chains are made from shiny 18 karat pink and white gold and are partially set with diamonds and pastel-coloured or pink-coloured sapphires. Diamonds flap as free as butterflies in the wind on their graceful wings. On the ladies’ watch of the collection it even seems as if a whole swarm of butterflies has landed. Two of them decorate the case, lavishly strewn with sapphires and brown diamonds. The arch of the case and dial, upon which seven mobile diamonds flutter, are also set with diamonds.
The collection was presented in Baselworld with Caroline Scheufele with Livia and Colin Firth at the Chopard at press conference.