Chopard X Genève Company

Del 7 al 14 de febrero, en nuestra boutique de Triana, organizamos un evento en colaboración con Chopard. Fue la oportunidad perfecta para presentar las diferentes colecciones y creaciones de joyería y relojería de la marca. También teníamos algunos modelos muy limitados. Los clientes que asistieron a la exposición tuvieron la oportunidad de conocer al director español de Chopard. Una sesión privada y única para descubrir las maravillas de la Casa.

Las colecciones y creaciones en el punto de mira

Durante el evento, aprovechamos para presentar creaciones exclusivas. Relojes y joyas que lograron seducir a los clientes más selectos. Si no pudo asistir a nuestro evento, este artículo le da la oportunidad de descubrir algunos de los modelos presentes ese día.

Joyería

Collares Happy Spirit

Happy Spirit es una colección inspirada en los diamantes móviles. Seduce por su encanto. Un placer para la vista de quien las lleva, pero también para quienes las admiran.

Pendientes Happy Spirit

Para completar el look, los pendientes de la misma colección son perfectos. Las mujeres llevan estas creaciones como auténticos amuletos, que ofrecen un espectáculo inolvidable a quienes tienen el placer de contemplarlo.

Relojería

Relojes Happy Sport

Toda la creatividad y la audacia de Chopard se reflejan en la colección Happy Sport. Además de los diamantes móviles, Chopard ha dotado al modelo ovalado de un movimiento mecánico de cuerda automática diseñado para cajas de mujer.

Relojes Happy Diamonds

Símbolos de alegría e independencia, los relojes Happy Diamonds permiten a todas las mujeres hacer un cambio. Los diamantes en movimiento, que danzan alrededor de la esfera entre dos cristales de zafiro, se transforman en una expresión elegante y libre.

¡Regrese en imágenes a este inolvidable evento!

Permanezca atento a futuros eventos, le mantendremos informado a través del blog.

Siete días para descubrir la colección Happy Sport de Chopard en Geneve Company

evento Chopard

Del 7 al 14 de febrero, Geneve Company organiza un evento que no se puede perder. Los amantes de los relojes se dejarán seducir por una exclusiva exposición de Chopard. Durante una semana, la marca presentará la emblemática colección Happy Sport. Una cita ineludible en la que también tendrá la oportunidad de descubrir otros tesoros de la Casa Chopard.

Happy Sport, una colección marcada por la libertad

La colección Happy Sport fue creada en 1993 por Caroline Scheufele, copresidenta y directora artística de Chopard. Imaginó un reloj deportivo basado en una novedosa combinación de acero y diamantes. El reloj Happy Sport nació, y ha conservado su encanto y modernidad a lo largo de las décadas. Chopard lo describe como un amuleto de la suerte y un accesorio para mujeres modernas y libres. Los diamantes móviles bailan al ritmo de nuestros movimientos, un espectáculo que simboliza la libertad. Este reloj emblemático se presentará en nuestro evento.

Una reunión firmada por Chopard

Esta exposición es una oportunidad para admirar las hermosas piezas de la Casa Chopard, pero también para descubrir nuestras propias creaciones: ¡le prometemos una experiencia mágica y de ensueño que no olvidará!

Venga a descubrir esta maravillosa colección y, quién sabe, tal vez encuentre su futuro amuleto de la suerte. El día de San Valentín se acerca poco a poco y ¿qué tal si le regala un reloj joya del que nunca querrá separarse?

Estaremos encantados de recibirle y reunirnos con usted del 7 al 14 de febrero en la siguiente dirección 

Ginebra Triana C/ Triana 114, 35002 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 

La admisión es limitada. Para participar y disfrutar de la exposición, sólo tiene que reservar sus plazas escaneando el QR que aparece a continuación.

Para más información, póngase en contacto con nosotros. 

evento Chopard

Sieben Tage, um die Happy Sport Collection von Chopard bei Geneve Company kennenzulernen

evento Chopard

Vom 7. bis zum 14. Februar organisiert die Geneve Company ein Event, das Sie nicht verpassen sollten! Uhrenliebhaber werden von der exklusiven Chopard-Ausstellung begeistert sein. Eine Woche lang präsentiert die Marke die emblematische Happy Sport Kollektion. Während dieser Veranstaltung, die Sie sich nicht entgehen lassen sollten, haben Sie außerdem die Gelegenheit, die anderen Schätze aus dem Hause Chopard zu entdecken.

Happy Sport, eine Kollektion im Zeichen der Freiheit

Die Happy Sport Kollektion wurde 1993 von Caroline Scheufele, der Co-Präsidentin und künstlerischen Leiterin von Chopard, entworfen. Sie stellte sich eine Sportuhr vor, die auf einer neuartigen Kombination aus Stahl und Diamanten basiert. Damit war die Happy Sport Uhr geboren. Ihren Charme und ihre Modernität hat sie über die Jahrzehnte bewahrt. Chopard beschreibt sie als Glücksbringer und Accessoire für moderne und freie Frauen. Die beweglichen Diamanten tanzen im Rhythmus unserer Bewegungen und symbolisieren die Freiheit. Dieser ikonische Zeitmesser wird auf unserem Event vorgestellt.

Ein Date mit Chopard

Diese Ausstellung ist eine Gelegenheit, die wunderschönen Stücke aus dem Hause Chopard zu bewundern, aber auch unsere eigenen Kreationen zu entdecken – wir versprechen Ihnen ein magisches und traumhaftes Erlebnis, das Sie nicht vergessen werden!

Entdecken Sie diese wunderbare Kollektion und wer weiß, vielleicht finden Sie ja Ihren zukünftigen Glücksbringer! Der Valentinstag rückt immer näher und wie wäre es, wenn Sie ihrer Liebsten eine Schmuckuhr schenken, die sie nie wieder hergeben möchte?

Wir würden uns freuen, Sie zwischen dem 7. und dem 14. Februar an folgender Adresse begrüßen zu dürfen:

Geneva Triana C/ Triana 114, 35002 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 

Der Eintritt ist begrenzt. Wenn Sie an der Ausstellung teilnehmen und dieses Erlebnis genießen möchten, reservieren Sie Ihre Plätze, indem Sie den unten stehenden QR-Code scannen.

Für weitere Informationen setzen Sie sich bitte mit uns in Verbindung. 

Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève 2021

A little history

The Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève is a foundation that was created in 2011 that promotes the watchmaking art. Every year in November, it organises an awards ceremony in Geneva, Switzerland.

Any watch brand can participate with watches that are commercially available after March and before the end of October of the current year. They simply send an end entry form and present one or more watches.

The award given to winners of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève resembles a hand, which symbolises the knowhow and mastery that is essential in the watchmaking crafts. It was created by the Genevan painter and graphic designer Roger Pfund.

GPHG 2021

The winners of GPHG 2021 was released on the 4th of November.

This year, Bulgari CEO Jean-Christophe Babin took the “Aiguille d’Or” Grand Prix at GPHG 2021 for the brand’s Octo Finissimo Perpetual Calendar.

Other awards won

The Grand Seiko Hi-Beat 36000 80 Hours Calibre 9SA5 model by Seiko won the Men’s Watch Prize. This marvel combines a striking dial with a state-of-the-art manufacture movement.

MB&F did not fall short this year, as the brand won not one but two awards. The first was in the “Men’s Complication» category for its LMX Titanium with a hand-winding mechanical movement.

The second prize was in the “Artistic Crafts” category with the “Around the World in 80 Days” model.

Chopard was also one of the lucky ones. The brand won the “Jewellery Watch» prize with its Flower Power model. A jewel crafted by the artisans at Maison Chopard that honours the Paradise theme.

Even more

– LADIES’ COMPLICATION WATCH PRIZE: Van Cleef & Arpels Lady Féerie Watch

– MEN’S COMPLICATION WATCH PRIZE: MB&F LMX Titanium

– ICONIC WATCH PRIZE: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak “Jumbo» Extra-Thin

– TOURBILLON WATCH PRIZE: De Bethune DB Kind of Two Tourbillon

– CALENDAR AND ASTRONOMY WATCH PRIZE: Christiaan Van Der Klaauw CVDK Planetarium EiseEisinga

– MECHANICAL EXCEPTION WATCH PRIZE: Piaget Altiplano Ultimate Automatic

– CHRONOGRAPH WATCH PRIZE: Zenith Chronomaster Sport

– DIVER’S WATCH PRIZE: Louis Vuitton Tambour Street Diver Skyline Blue

– “PETITE AIGUILLE” PRIZE: Tudor Black Bay Ceramic

– CHALLENGE WATCH PRIZE: CIGA Design Blue Planet

– HOROLOGICAL RELEVATION PRIZE: Furlan Marri MR. Grey Ref. 1041-A

– AUDACITY PRIZE: Louis Vuitton Tambour Carpe Diem

– INNOVATION PRIZE: Bernhard Lederer Central Impulse Chronometer

– SPECIAL JURY PRIZE: Dubai Watch Week

Discover our watches at our Geneve Company boutiques.

Five watches that are an expression of you!

Tell me what watch you wear and I will tell you what you are like! If your eyes are the mirror of your soul, your wristwatch can also be the mirror of your personality! At Geneve Company, we will help you choose the perfect model.

With the advent of the smartwatch, the wristwatch has become a stylish accessory as well as a practical and lightweight way to keep you on time. However, in the professional world, the wristwatch remains essential and acts as a symbol of nonverbal communication that reveals to those around you both your style and your personality. So, choose a timepiece that best expresses who you are – there are many brands to choose from! Here are five timepieces available at Geneve Company that are highly coveted in the world of luxury watches.

Elegant and classic with PATEK PHILIPPE

Renowned for having been chosen by royalty like Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, a watch by the Swiss brand Patek Philippe conveys a classic, elegant and traditional look with a watch passed down from generation to generation! 

Practical and casual with OMEGA

If you lead a very active lifestyle, go with an Omega, a durable, quality, Swiss luxury watch designed for accurate timekeeping to effectively withstand a hyperactive life a la James Bond, an iconic Omega figure. We will go on to presume that you are all about action and performance!

Chic and bold with CHOPARD

Founded by Louis-Ulysse Chopard in 1860 with a bracelet watch for women and a pocket watch for men, Chopard’s unique designs will imbue you with classic and sophisticated style!

Sporty and adventurous with TAG HEUER

The first watch brand to travel into space, this Swiss brand is popular with race car drivers. Its most expensive model was sold to the famous driver Steve McQueen in 2012 for $799,500.

Classy and understated with BREITLING

Originally designed for aviation, this Swiss brand quickly became popular with its now-iconic emblematic chronometers. With a Breitling on your wrist, you will be the person who expresses class and luxury in beautiful simplicity.

Did you know?

“Time is money” is an expression dating back to the mid-18th century attributed to Benjamin Franklin. In his work Advice to a Young Tradesman, Benjamin Franklin wrote, “Remember that time is money”. While there are many translations in many languages, the expression always means the same thing: use your time wisely to earn the most money!

And the main role goes to.. Chopard !

sin tempio para morir

On the occasion of the release of the latest James Bond film, we organised an event on 1 October in Geneva. The programme included cocktails, a meal and a screening of the film. A unique moment to admire this long-awaited film and to marvel at the Omega Semaster 007 James Bond and the sublime creations of Chopard. This year, Chopard has the honour of being the official partner of this movie This 25th film features Ana de Armas playing the role of Paloma. Here is a look at the pieces appearing in the film.

Chopard dazzles us with its creations

Caroline Scheufele, Chopard’s co-president and artistic director, regularly collaborates with cinematic works. And this time her brand is tasked with bringing an extra touch of glamour and elegance to No Time to Die with its exceptional creations. One of the film’s highlights shows Paloma wearing a necklace set with 43 pear-cut diamonds. Her wrist, moreover, flaunts a bracelet featuring 82 pear- and brilliant-cut diamonds. To complete this full diamond look are a pair of earrings set with 14 pear-cut diamonds. More than a simple partnership, Chopard sought to exemplify a new luxury.

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Fine jewellery that respects humans and nature

The film also shows the actress wearing three other creations from the Green Carpet collection. The amazing set is crafted entirely from sustainably sourced materials. Fairmined gold is in fact ethically certified. In addition, the diamonds come from suppliers who are members of the RJC (Responsible Jewellery Council). Caroline Scheufele is proud to present this collection of sustainable luxury. Attractive and at the same time ethical pieces made by Chopard. Luxury is evolving, and the brand is harnessing this new opportunity to shine brightly on the big screen!

Discover all our Chopard jewellery in store or at our e-shop.

Chopard moves towards a sustainable world

In 2013, the manufacturer embarked on a journey toward sustainable luxury and has not stopped since

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The worlds of jewellery and watches will always be connected to mining, allowing jewellery- and watchmakers to obtain different materials and stones to create pieces.

Mining is an activity that has been conducted since ancient times and in which people are forced to work in precarious conditions. It is also harmful in terms of deforestation, water pollution and alteration, destruction of habitats, and much more.

Traditional placer mining

At Geneve Company, we are working to make sustainability part of our brand, and we help to provide information so that concerned customers can understand more about the jewellery we sell at our shops.

Fine watch and jewellery brands are gradually realising that this issue is of utmost importance, which is why they have decided to make major changes with regard to the materials they use to create their products.

Chopard is one of the top manufacturers that began moving toward sustainability many years ago by seeking out ways to protect and preserve the Earth and by helping the people involved in obtaining the raw materials it uses for its products, all in the context of its Journey to Sustainable Luxury project.

Fairmined gold

Chopard and its ethical gold

Chopard uses gold as a raw material in most of its pieces, and it strives to ensure that the gold it uses in its project is mined in a fully responsible way for its entire production. The gold in these pieces is Fairmined gold, meaning that it is certified as coming from artisanal and small-scale mines.

Fairmined is committed to making artisanal mining a responsible activity and represents an opportunity for development for artisanal and small-scale miners throughout the world.

As a result, Chopard is able to responsibly obtain 100% ethical gold complying with the best environmental practices while helping everyone who is involved in its supply chain.  

At Geneve, we are pleased to work directly with brands like Chopard that have a mission and vision that are exceptionally valuable for our planet and involve the world of jewellery. We are always happy to provide customers with all the information they need to understand more about the jewellery we distribute.

The L.U.C XP Urushi Year of the Ox by Chopard

Jewellery and watches are what sell best on the Chinese market. Indeed, in 2018, the country accounted for 30% of spending in the luxury market, and this number continues to rise. Hence, major brands in the industry compete harder and harder to attract the attention of Chinese consumers.

Chinese travellers in Europe are important for tourism, because they are who buy most when travelling, since it is cheaper for them to buy in Europe than in China.

Chinese New Year (also known as the Spring Festival) is the most important celebration in the Asian country and in many of its neighbouring countries. This year will begin on 12 February 2021 and end on 31 January 2022. When celebrating Chinese New Year, those living in China often take holidays lasting anywhere between two weeks and a month and a half, making it the best time to travel to Europe to buy gifts for loved ones.

In this regard, Chopard is one of the major brands that participates in the festivities by coming out with new products. The Maison surprises connoisseurs again this year with a stunning, unique, elegant watch that embraces superior ancient Asian craftsmanship, the L.U.C XP Urushi Year of the Ox. It is a timepiece dedicated to the Year of the Metal Ox, an animal that, according to the Chinese horoscope, is favourable to harvests, wisdom and loyalty.

Its dial in Urushi, a special Asian lacquer made from the sap of the Toxicodendron vernicifluum tree, is crafted by Japanese lacquer masters to reveal a scene that evokes ancient labours, humble prosperity and timeless elegance. It also features gold, representing good fortune.

Urushi is an ancient Asian lacquering technique used for an array of items

The 88-piece limited edition has an in-house LUC 96.17-L movement that has been entirely developed, produced and assembled at the Chopard High Watchmaking workshops. This self-winding mechanical movement oscillates at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour (4Hz) and has a power reserve of nearly 65 hours thanks to Twin technology, a system invented by Chopard combining two coaxial barrels.

The dial portrays the Metal Ox, the Chinese Zodiac sign of 2021

The undeniable centrepiece of this model is its dial, which is adorned with gold flakes that illuminate the background and shows the golden ox with straight horns harnessed to a cart made out of gold, mother-of-pearl and coloured lacquer.

The ultra-slim rose gold case measures 39.5 mm in diameter and 6.80 mm thick

Details of the watch

It boasts an 18-carat gold case and a crown in the same material. It is water resistant to 30 metres and set on a matte black alligator leather strap with hand-sewn matching tones. The timepiece indicates hours and minutes with a self-winding mechanical movement. Limited edition of 88 pieces.

At its heart beats a LUC 96.17-L movement