Sporty yet luxurious
The young and talented Louis-Ulysse Chopard laid down the foundation for his company in 1860. The company was passed on to the Scheufele family in 1963 and remains as one of the most famous watch and jewellery manufacturers worldwide. Today, the company is the sponsor and partner of many prominent events – among them being the Cannes Film Festival.
Chopard expanded its horizons in the watchmaking filed with the launch of the 1980 St. Moritz model. The first sports watch of the house simply convinces with an extravagant yet sporty feel along with a prosperous mix of materials. The Chopard St. Moritz stands out in many respects, and whether the timepiece is presented in stainless steel, yellow gold, white gold, or a two-tone mix, it is always a perfect and diverse companion on the wrist.
Today, the St. Moritz timepiece is no longer offered within the current collection of Chopard. However, the luxurious timepiece can be discovered on the wondrous second-hand market.