Despite being a fairly new collection born in 2019, the Alpine Eagle collection has become a brand’s classic because of its choice that promotes sustainable luxury - the Alpine Eagle Summit models are crafted in ethical 18K gold. The lineup, inspired by the Alps and the strength of an eagle, now extends to add four new timepieces whose dials get their aesthetics from the Alpine landscape.
The design of the timepieces include a round case bezel that comes with raised sides and eight functional indexed screws, a crown engraved with the compass rose, a textured dial with deep hues and lume coated hour markers, and an integrated metal bracelet, all of these exudes the heritage of Alpine Eagle collection.
The latest 41mm timepieces are crafted in ethical 18K yellow gold (Ref. 295363-0002), pink gold (Ref. 295363-5013), and white gold Ref. 295363-1008 and Ref. 295363-1007, and features gradient bezel set with pink sapphires, spessartites, tsavorites combined with white sapphires and blue and purple sapphires in that order. The novelties are graced with ‘Golden Peak’, ‘Pink Dwan’, ‘Vals Grey’, and ‘Zinal Blue’ dials in the aforementioned order depicting the rocky summit of the Mont Blanc massif, the sun’s first light, and reflections of the eponymous glacier that sits on the Alps and “Vals Grey'' respectively.
Powering the timepieces is the COSC certified Chopard 01.15-C automatic movement, that offers a power reserve of 60 hours, when fully wound. The references are also equipped with a stop-seconds function for the wearer to set the exact time.
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