When Jewellery Mirrors Art - Chopard Comes With A New Collection

Chopard launches 'Happy Spirit' jewellery - a metaphor and stylish reflection of vibrant moments

May 12, 2020: Chopard launches its latest jewellery collection ‘Happy Spirit’ from ‘Spring Novelties 2020’. The Happy Spirit collection symbolises the cardinal values permeating the Maison Chopard.

Chopard launches 'Happy Spirit' jewellery - a metaphor and stylish reflection of vibrant moments
The jewellery collection is imbued with multiple artistic sources, which vividly embodies through its light effects and pure lines.  A metaphor and a stylish reflection of vibrant momentum, Happy Spirit captures the spirit of a mineral heart–that of a diamond–surrounded and further enhanced by concentric circles. Happy Spirit jewellery is reinvented through a new design that is sleeker, lighter and more luminous than ever.  It comes as a collection of necklaces and pendants of different sizes, equally capable of enhancing a cashmere sweater or a full-length evening gown. Depending on their size, one to three dancing diamonds rotate, protected by several nested circles, the collection also features ear studs and a pair of sleeper earrings as well as rings and bangles. Each model is made of 18-carat ethical gold–to which the Maison has been officially committed since July 2018–available in two versions:diamond-set white gold or two-tone polished rose and white gold.

HappySpirit is available in a complete range of necklaces, pendants, rings, earrings and bangles in 18-carat gold and diamonds. All carry within them the joyful radiance of endless celebration.

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