Chopard Text by Salomé Broussky, Photographs by Helmut Stelzenberger

The Passion for Excellence 1860-2010

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Author: Text by Salomé Broussky, Photographs by Helmut Stelzenberger
Sku: 79372-int
ISBN: 978-3-8327-9372-2
Format: 27 x 34 cm
296 pp, 150 color and 150 b/w photographs
Hardcover with Jacket
Text: English
Weight: 3,221 kg

  • A compelling inside look and historical record of an exemplary design and manufacturing process
  • Essential for all who appreciate the finer decorative arts

Founded by watchmaker Louis-Ulysse Chopard in 1860, this Swiss company has long been synonymous with luxury and quality. Known throughout the world for its fine timepieces and jewelry, Chopard never rests on its laurels. Constantly innovating, yet always mindful of its heritage, this company typifies the highest standards. This archival record charts the extraordinary story of the company’s development, featuring the dynamic Scheufele family, who brought the brand to such prominence. We go behind the scenes to see the precise craftsmanship and artistry that lead to such works of singular beauty and lasting style. Of course, this volume includes fascinating photographs of the international set resplendent in their favorite Chopard pieces.