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The Chopard Imperiale Joaillerie is a Dazzling Fashion Statement

By Victor Baker


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Chopard Imperiale Joaillerie

The new Chopard Imperiale Joaillerie watch proves once again what wasn’t really needed to be said, that the insatiable creative spirit of the Swiss watchmaker always renders incredible results. Inspired by South America and the heart of the Inca civilization, brand’s newest creation features a dial covered entirely with brilliant-cut diamonds and many turquoises in subtly varied shades.

Showing off a 38mm Fairmined 18kt white gold case, with an AR-coated sapphire crystal and a sapphire display back, this dazzling watch can handle waters as deep as 50 meters. And with a crown in 18kt white gold, that’s set with even more diamonds, the watch is powered by the Swiss automatic Chopard in-house caliber L.U.C 96.12-L, backed up by a power reserve of 65 hours. But that’s not all this watch has to offer.

Chopard Imperiale Joaillerie

The Chopard Imperiale Joaillerie also comes with bridges adorned with Côtes de Genève finishing, and a lovely dial finished in white mother-of-pearl. Speaking of the dial, its center is stamped with a radiant sunburst guilloché decoration, reminiscent of the fascination the Incas had for this supreme heavenly body.

Next, the rhodiumed and sword-shaped central and minutes hands should definitely get your attention, while the straps in blue or turquoise damask, picking up the Imperiale motif, should be more than enough to complement everything else. The straps are lined with turquoise leather or turquoise alligator leather, so the final choice is yours.

Chopard Imperiale Joaillerie

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About Victor Baker

Victor has always been a big fan of cars, which is why he’s so proud to call himself a genuine petrolhead these days. His love actually stemmed from his father, who was an automotive engineer. Today, he loves to write down everything that comes to mind, car-related or not, and when he really gets down to it, he pretty much becomes one with his laptop.

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