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Chopard Diamond and Lapis Lazuli Bracelet Watch


The graceful bracelet of this Chopard late 20th century white gold and lapis lazuli Swiss watch wraps the wrist with a delicate arc of diamonds. A scintillating line of single-cut diamonds set around the dial, and halfway down the bracelet, makes an elegant argument for the striking visual power of refinement. An ample watch face fashioned from a single flawless piece of lapis lazuli makes telling the time an absolute delight.

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Item #: W-18513
Artist: Chopard, Geneva
Country: Switzerland
Circa: 1970s-1980s
Size: 6.5" (interior circumference of bracelet); 1" length, 1.25" width (watch face)
Materials: 100 Single-cut diamonds (approximate weight of 1.50 carats); Lapis lazuli watch dial (measuring 25mm x 20mm); 18K White gold
Signed: "Chopard Geneva" (face); "no. 30655, 5029 1" "LUC" ".750" (bracelet)

Founded by Louis-Ulysse Chopard in 1860, the house of Chopard is one of the last family-run Swiss watchmakers. In the 19th century, Chopard quickly gained notoriety for the extraordinary quality of their movements, and in the mid-20th century, the company expanded into fine jewelry.