Chopard “The Garden of Kalahari”

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Co-president of Chopard Caroline Scheufele unveiled The Garden of Kalahari, an extraordinary high jewellery collection showcasing 23 absolutely pure diamonds, all cut from one single 342-carat diamond called The Queen of Kalahari.
Around these five stones, Caroline has built a daring and dancing network of poetic and metaphorical symbols. The collection alone represents almost a full year’s work: thousands of hours lavished on this endeavour by the eyes, heart and hands of the Chopard jewellery artisans and gemsetters. The Garden of Kalahari collection is entirely built around the idea of a jewellery lacework like diamond guipure lace with a luminous cut-out motif.

342-carats: an eloquent figure testifying to an extremely rare size for a diamond of such absolute purity and perfect colour. Each of these gems is of absolute colour and purity. Among these 23 diamonds, five weigh more than 20 carats and each of the main stone cuts – cushion, brilliant, heart, emerald and pear – is represented.
342-carats The Queen of Kalahari diamond is from Lucara Diamond Corporation and it’s Karowe mine in Botswana.

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