Chopin L’ Heure Du Diamant Interprets The Classic Moment

L’Heure du Diamant watch is a wonderful interpretation of the 1960s style, exuding a brand-new luxurious atmosphere full of youthful vitality, highlighting Chopard’s exquisite high-end jewellery craftsmanship and hand-made watchmaking skills. The relentless pursuit of the essence pays tribute. L’ Heure du Diamant gives a new look of time and elegance with eight new fine jewelry watches. Equipped with hard stones and gemstone dials, these models reinterpret the contemporary style of the 1960s, praising the brand’s 50 years of exquisite jewellery and watch technology. Art and craft, aesthetics and science, tradition and modernity blend harmoniously.

 Chopard L’ Heure du Diamant

Chopard, an emotional craftsman who began in 1860, is a pioneer in practicing the modern spirit when he adheres to the traditional world of jewelry and watchmaking. Chopard is based on its glorious family legend and long and profound watchmaking heritage. It has always dared to pioneer the industry, breaking through innovations in design and craftsmanship in the field of jewellery and watchmaking, and exerting ingenuity and creativity. As an independent family business, Chopard is full of enthusiasm for the two professional fields of jewelry and timepieces, and has always been known for its extraordinary jewellery and watches. It is always ready and eager to create fascinating timepieces. Jewels that capture precious time.

Chopard L’ Heure du Diamant
In 1969, with the vigorous rise of the social, cultural and artistic revolution, jewelry urgently needed a new expression and charm to meet the needs of young fashion-loving customers. Chopard launched a series of eye-catching and modern jewelry watches. . The mineral dial follows the main features of jewellery from the 1960s and the late 1970s. It uses hard stones such as lapis lazuli, malachite, jade, and tiger’s eye, surrounded by diamonds, and a beautiful and elegant white gold bracelet. Great qualities.

Reinventing the style of the sixties-creating a new classic

Chopard L’ Heure du Diamant

Now, after a lapse of fifty years, Chopard is still leading the group, launching the L’Heure du Diamant series: eight new watches draw inspiration from the 1969 prototype models, using more stylish designs and more exquisite craftsmanship , Its proportion, color and texture are more harmonious, creating an extraordinary jewellery watch, which not only shows the contemporary era, but also emits a distinctive modern style of the 1960s. The collection of timepieces balances the characteristics of fine jewellery and fine watchmaking with elegance and casualness, highlighting Chopard’s superb jewelry and watchmaking skills.

 Chopard L’ Heure du Diamant

Each watch is equipped with a dial specially carved with fascinating minerals, including the midnight blue lapis lazuli dial, the striped velvet texture forest green malachite dial, the dazzling, glorious sky blue turquoise dial, and Black opal dial with dazzling bright green and red fire. The dial’s color is deep and vibrant, inspiring emotional resonance, surrounded by a huge diamond with a total weight of more than 4 carats. This modern element creates a contrasting light and shadow effect. The thick diamond or the deep and moist dial is set against the bright diamond. The dial is gorgeous Fire colors and diamonds are invigorating with the Chopard ‘Crown’ setting.

 Chopard L’ Heure du Diamant

Chopard knows that today’s diverse choices are essential to fit people’s relentless pursuit of unique personality. Therefore, these jewellery watches are matched with rich crocodile leather straps that match the color of the dial, or with a thick white gold bracelet that follows the authentic ‘bark’ style of the 1960s, while combining with Chopard’s unique unique finish to ensure gold It is silky to the touch and conforms to the skin like silk without scratching the fabric. This technology was pioneered by the Schaefer family in the 1960s. It first carved gold and then fixed it on the bracelet structure to ensure that the finished product was flexible and smooth. This fusion of design and handicraft elements is reminiscent of the natural jewellery themes of the 1960s and 1970s, and is in line with today’s naturalist fashion.

 Chopard L’ Heure du Diamant

Finally, the watch is equipped with a 09.01-C self-winding movement entirely manufactured by Chopard’s highly skilled craftsmen, with a 42-hour power reserve. The exquisite balance of fine jewellery craftsmanship and rigorous watchmaking skills makes L’ Heure du Diamant have both intellectual connotation and beautiful appearance.