Chopard round 18K yellow gold case with white dial and chronograph subdials at 12, 3, 6, and 9 o'clock, circa 1990s
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Measurements: Case measures 33mm wide, bracelet measures 180mm and 16mm wide
Material: 18K yellow gold and alligator
Chopard has been creating some of the world’s highest-quality watches, jewelry and accessories since 1860, when craftsman Louis-Ulysse Chopard founded his eponymous company in the tiny Swiss village of Sonvilier. Over the years Chopard moved to Geneva and changed owners (it has belonged to the Scheufele family of Germany since the 1960s), but despite those changes the brand has never lost sight of its commitment to producing luxurious baubles of the highest quality. From its pens, sunglasses and solitaire engagement rings to its diamond-accented, stainless steel Happy Sport watches, Chopard’s designs underscore its effortlessly elegant aesthetic. The official timekeeper of the Mille Miglia classic car race, Chopard is also a respected member of the Responsible Jewelry Council, which promotes labor and environmental rights in the jewelry industry.