Chopard High Jewellery Temptations

Chopard's Temptations are good enough to eat. Pastel-hued precious gemstones and generous amounts of diamonds make for a delightful treat.

Chopard Chocolate Temptations Earrings from the Temptations collection, adorned with two pear shaped kunzites, paved with brilliant cut diamonds and set in white gold POA

Chopard, the Geneva jewellery house likes to have a bit of fun, even when it comes to the most sacred high jewellery creations. Adamant to dispel the formality of high jewellery, this freshly coloured, playful collection of jewels is meant to be worn and enjoyed - preferably all day, everyday.

Mouth-watering colours and luscious shapes are as enticing as a confectioner's window display. The luscious array of sweet treats is a recipe of rubellites, kunzites, tsavorites, amethysts and Paraiba tourmalines complement diamonds, emeralds and sapphires sparkling with a generous sprinkling of diamonds.

While colour is the most immediate appeal of this collection, the pear cut is used to create candy-bright jewels. The pear-cut is highly versatile and less rigid than a square or brilliant cut and variants of this shape appear in different guises such as a dewdrop, a sun-ripened fruit or a petal.

These pastel-hued haute joaillerie creations are about a new approach to luxury that is relaxed and casual. The delicious indulgence of choosing from a deligthful array of treats will make you smile and as happy as the moment you pop a blissful bonbon in your mouth.


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