Chopard L’Heure du Diamant

Since the Art Deco period, Chopard has shown its savoir faire in terms of jewelry watchmaking. When jewelry tradition meets watchmaking expertise, Chopard’s gifted exponents of the different artistic crafts unite their talents in creating “L’Heure du Diamant”. Building on its expertise in creating stunning timepieces, Chopard has used 18K white gold and diamonds to impressive effect to create memorable watches.

From draughtsman to watchmaker, jeweler, gemsetter and polisher, the full range of specialists in Chopard unite their skills in giving shape to the most daring dreams. Haute Joaillerie watches vividly embody technical virtuosity dedicated to serving eminently contemporary artistry as well as traditional watchmaking techniques. Time is an essential factor in making an Haute Joaillerie watch since each of them demands several hundred hours of work. Depending on its shape, it may house a mechanical or quartz movement. Traditionally crafted in 18-carat white or rose gold, it is meticulously set with a refined combination of navette, baguette or brilliant-cut diamonds that exalt the beauty of its lines and proportions.