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The 2016 Chopard Haute Joaillerie Collection Will Warm Your Heart

By Victor Baker


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Chopard Haute Joaillerie

Haute Couture and Haute Joaillerie are based on the same interesting and beautiful concepts of excellence and expertise. One year after joining the Fédération Française de la Couture, Chopard has showcased its latest Haute Joaillerie creations at the Paris Haute Couture week.

The famous brand revealed 3 beautiful cuff-bracelets, graced with colorful gems set on titanium, and a couple of breathtaking earrings, which show off sculpted jade, along with emeralds and diamonds.

The first bracelet is focused around two butterflies made of topazes, with Paraiba tourmalines and amethysts perched gracefully on the titanium foliage. These two butterflies may detach from their leafy bracelet, with the wings of the first metamorphosing into an exquisite pair of earrings, while the other will become a brooch.

Chopard Haute Joaillerie

The second cuff bracelet features 18-carat white gold and titanium, joined together by a unique interlacing pattern of amethysts, emeralds, Paraiba tourmalines and sapphires. Complementing this piece is a dreamy necklace, featuring a titanium built and precious red and blue stones, centered around a 14-carat pear-shaped tanzanite.

The third and last bracelet comprises two rows of flowers, with pear-shaped diamond petals. It benefits from blue sapphires, Paraiba tourmalines and white diamonds set on titanium in matching colors.

Chopard Haute Joaillerie

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About Victor Baker

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