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Chopard lets loose a menagerie of jewels at its Animal World pop up boutique at Harrods

The 'Animal World' collection on display at Harrods until February continues the tradition of creating one-of-a-kind bejewelled creatures at Chopard.

12 December 2013

By Victoria Engelmann in London

For animal lovers with an eye for all that glitters, visiting Chopard's pop-up 'Animal World' boutique in Harrods is a must. While December marks a busy time for pop-up boutiques, Chopard has created a one-of-a-kind exhibition that is guaranteed to impress.

On its 150th anniversary three years ago, Chopard launched 'Animal World' - a collection of 150 limited edition bejewelled creatures. Each year, it adds to its bestiary of jewels, and this is your chance to see some of the most impressive designs together for the first time in London. With the aim of celebrating a world left largely untouched by Chopard, Co-President Caroline Scheufele is the designer behind these exclusive pieces.  

Chopard presents a zoo of the most exotic kind. A necklace featuring a school of gem-set tropical fish swimming through a shimmering sea of diamonds and a beautiful bracelet decorated with golden butterflies, their openwork wings adorned in coloured diamonds and yellow sapphires, are just two of Chopard's mesmerising creations.

Don't miss this one-off opportunity to be dazzled by Chopard's menagerie of animals - the pop-up boutique at Harrods is open until February.

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