The Chopard fine jewelry workshops were opened at the initiative of Caroline Scheufele, co-president and artistic director of the Swiss House, over twenty years ago. Such collections as Red Carpet and Animal World, as well as a complete set of jewelry made of 342 carats of untreated diamond of the purest water, were the main milestones in the work of the jewelry atelier during this time.
This time the high collection by Chopard is enriched with an openwork ring made of white gold and woven as delicately as an intricate lace. In the center there is a pear-cut morganite weighing 19.87 carats. The Marquise-cut aquamarines weighing 6.32 carats, round pink sapphires and diamonds frame it. The ring’s bar is adorned with a diamond pave.
In the Chopard boutique, this new ring from the high jewelry collection is presented in a single copy.