Chopard – Passion for Excellence

Founded by Louis-Ulysee Chopard in 1860 and owned by the Scheufele family since 1963, Chopard is internationally renowned for its timepiece and jewellery creations. Known for its reputation of iconic collections such as ‘Happy Diamonds’ , ‘Happy Sport’ and ‘Mille Miglia’, the House is also highly recognised for its High Jewellery creations,  fine watchmaking and manufacture expertise expressed in the L.U.C Collection. The L.U.C Collection celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2016.


Chopard News

  • L.U.C Time Traveler One – An open invitation for global nomads

    The first worldtime watch in the L.U.C collection, the L.U.C Time Traveler One is the ideal tool for the globetrotting lifestyle. By simultaneously tracking track the time in every zone across the planet, it enables the wearer to keep an eye on what’s happening in all four corners of the earth. This refined object with […]

  • L.U.C Full Strike – A crystal clear sound

    As the crowning point of the celebrations marking the 20th anniversary of Chopard Manufacture, Chopard launches its first ever minute repeater: the L.U.C. Full Strike, featuring a number of world première features. Striking the hours, quarters and minutes on sapphire gongs, this standout model is in a league of its own thanks to its original […]

  • L.U.C GMT One – Time elsewhere

    The inherently distinguished new L.U.C GMT One provides a dual-time read-off powered by an original L.U.C 01.10-L calibre with integrated GMT function. This watch for gentleman globetrotters stands out by the sheer elegance of its details and the intensely practical nature of its horological complication. A modern design and finely crafted finishes make it a […]

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Chopard's WILD Night

Diana Ross and Mark Ronson Live at Chopard’s Great Cannes Party
Cannes, May 16th 2016 – Chopard’s annual grand soirée is one of the most sought-after events of the Cannes Film Festival fortnight. This year, guests of the renowned jewellery house were treated to an exceptional concert . . .