Chopard Happy Fish

It was in 1993 that Caroline Scheufele created one of the Chopard icons, the Happy Sport watch. Ever since, recurrently reinterpreted over the years in occasionally humorous and consistently elegant ways, it has appeared under countless highly evocative identities. Today, the beautiful Happy Fish collection is enriched with a splendid model. This watch vividly evoking the underwater world showcases artistic crafts applied to creating a poetically romantic effect. The textured mother-of-pearl and gold leaf fish swims gently amid an ocean of blue sapphires, appearing to make its way around seven moving diamonds. Amid the darkness of the depths, a gentle turquoise light suffuses this splendid luminescent décor. The exquisite jewellery craftsmanship continues on the bezel, set with diamonds of three different alternating sizes for a softer effect. This 25-piece limited edition is exclusively available in Chopard boutiques and corners. Model presented at Baselworld 2015.

Technical Specifications

Movement
Mechanical automatic, 25 jewels, 28,800 vib/h, bridges adorned with Côtes de Genève, 42-hour power reserve.
Functions Hours, minutes, seconds.
Case
18K pink gold, 36 mm. Gemset crown and bezel. Anti-reflective sapphire crystal, front and back, water-resistant to 30 metres (3 bar/100 ft).
Dail Snow-set blue sapphires, luminescent textured mother-of-pearl fish with bas-relief engraving, adorned with gold leaf, red jasper eye, seven luminescent moving diamonds.
Bracelet/strap Pearly white alligator with 18K pink gold buckle.

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