Unveiled at Paris Haute Couture Week, Chopard’s unique selection of gemstones is giving off colours of the rainbow with an assortment of diamonds, rubies, sapphires, and tourmalines, representing the truest form of Haute Joaillerie. There is always a high level of excitement with gems that are individually unique but also truly cohesive. Whether they stand alone or are presented together, this collection is undoubtedly a memorable one.
This vivacious east African variety of ruby is an obvious stand out in this collection. The richness and saturation of this gem proves its fine-quality, weighing in at a stunning 10.06 carats. Extraordinarily, the colour of this ruby forms naturally with no exposure to any heat treatment.
Like the aforementioned ruby, these yellow Ceylon sapphires also form their colour naturally. With a beautiful oval shape, these Sri Lankan gems weigh in at 151.19 and 127.7 carats. Additionally to their impressive size, their sunshiny colour is perfectly matched and a vision of excellent clarity.
Green diamonds are still one of the rarest available, this collection’s three from Brazil are pear shaped and in a combination of sizes. The natural beauty and uniqueness of these gems speaks for itself with their cut revealing the brilliance of their colour.
The second sapphire of this collection is sporting a deep royal blue. Also hailing from Sri Lanka, this gem’s transparency catches the light through its octagonal shape which reinforces the brilliance of this coloured stone.
Another oval shaped addition to this stunning collection is the crystal-clear blue tourmaline. These vibrant stones owe their colour to the presence of copper in the northern Mozambique soils in which they are formed. With two stones coming in over seven carats and the third weighing in just under 16 carats shows how exceptional these jewels truly are.
Lastly in this collection is the pink diamond. Similarly to the green diamond, these South African stones are pear shaped and rare with their uniqueness and brilliance speaking for themselves.