Among the treasures in Chopard’s emblematic Red Carpet Collection, the “Magari” automatic jewellery watch vividly testifies to the Maison’s love for the most beautiful of all diamonds drawn from Earth’s natural bounty.
The creative soul of Chopard and initiator of its Journey to Sustainable Luxury, Co-President and Artistic Director Caroline Scheufele celebrates the wonders of Nature through the new Red-Carpet Collection. Among the 73 Haute Joaillerie creations composing this precious casket – a number honouring the 73rd Cannes Film Festival which should have been held in 2020 – the “Magari” jewellery watch pays tribute to on exceptional gemstones. Thanks to their unique expertise, the Artisans of the Geneva-based Maison have adorned the dial of this 40-hour power reserve automatic timepiece with a subtle corolla of pear-shaped diamonds totalling over 32 carats. Respectively set at 12 and 6 o’clock, a fancy pink and a fancy blue pear-shaped diamond weighing two carats each enhance this timepiece with an aura of purity and nobility. They have been specially selected for their brilliance and unique colours, spectacularly highlighted by their association with the white diamonds with which the rest of this jewellery watch is clad.
The dial is graced with meticulous micro-gemsetting, while the bracelet is also entirely paved with diamonds, resembling a river with its sparkling reflections running along the wrist. A tribute to the beauty of Nature and a dialogue with light, the entire “Magari” jewellerywatch is made of ethical 18-carat white gold reflecting Chopard’s commitment to sustainable luxury.
In Chopard’s Geneva workshops, more than 30 talented Artisans have combined their talents in pushing the limits of feasibility – from lines to volumes, from goldsmithing to precious stones – to give life to the jewellery composing the prestigious Red-Carpet Collection.