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Chopard Happy Diamonds Icons 203957-0001

Serviced by Chopard in October 2019: An excellent condition pre-owned yellow gold 26mm case size ladies quartz movement Chopard Happy Diamonds Icons (203957-0001) featuring a champagne dial surrounded by two diamond set bezels with a twin layer Sapphire crystal with five 'floating' diamonds in-between. This particular watch comes on a yellow gold Chopard Happy Diamonds bracelet with a deployment clasp, it also comes with its Chopard certificate of origin, Chopard service card and Chopard box. This model was originally launched by Chopard in December 1980.

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Chopard Mille Miglia 168920-3001 40mm Chronograph
5th November 2005

Serviced by Chopard UK: An excellent condition pre-owned stainless steel automatic movement 40mm case size gentlemans Chopard Mille Miglia chronograph (168920-3001) featuring a black dial housing luminous Arabic numerals and a date aperture between 4 & 5 O'clock surrounded by a non-moving polished finish tachymeter bezel on a black rubber pin buckle, tyre tread, Chopard strap. This particular watch comes complete with its original box and all relevant paperwork, including service papers, being originally supplied as new on 5th November 2005.

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Used Chopard Watches

In 1860, Louis-Ulysse Chopard established the L.U.C company in Switzerland, which originally specialised in pocket watches and ladies’ watches. When Chopard died in 1915, his son Paul-Louis and grandson Paul-André took over the business. As the company grew, the operation was moved from Sonvilier to Chaux-de-Fronds in 1921. In 1937, it was relocated again, this time to Geneva, with a specific aim of being able to have movements made by the company certified with the Geneva Seal. In 1943, Paul-André took over the running of the company. It was then sold to Karl Scheufele III in 1963. In 1976, the Chopard company began making its signature design incorporating a free-flowing diamond encased behind sapphire glass. During the 1980s, the brand started to make diamond jewellery for women as well as a range of sports watches for men. Today, Chopard is synonymous with high-end luxury watches and operates around one hundred stores around the world, employing 2,000 people. The brand continues to go from strength to strength thanks in no small part to its reputation for high-quality timepieces. If you would love to own a Chopard watch but without paying the top prices that usually accompany it, check out our range today. Our selection of pre-owned Chopard watches are all in excellent condition, making one of these magnificent timepieces the perfect investment for luxury watch lovers.

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