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Chopard launches charity bracelet with model Petra Nemcova

Chopard and Petra Nemcova have released a special-edition sapphire bracelet to help raise money for children's charity Happy Hearts Fund.

1 July 2013

By Daisy Tinker

Swiss luxury jeweller Chopard recently collaborated with model Petra Nemcova to create a jewel that will help raise money for the Happy Hearts Fund.

Petra Nemcova and Caroline Scheufele - Co-president and Creative Director of Chopard - joined forces to create a special-edition bracelet for the charity, which was set up by Nemcova to help children around the world who are affected by natural disasters. 

The Happy Diamonds bracelet, which will go on sale in every Chopard boutique around the world, is made from rose gold and features a mobile, heart-shaped pink sapphire.

Founded in 2005 by the Czech model, the Happy Hearts Fund was initially set up to help children affected by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami and has since gone on to rebuild 72 schools, benefitting over 44,000 children. "We are so happy to partner with Caroline and Chopard as it will allow us to rebuild more schools for children whose lives have been forever altered by natural disasters to ensure that generations are not lost because of the lack of educational opportunities," says Nemcova.

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