Chopard has given Harrods the exclusive opportunity to sell limited editions of its Happy Sport collection of gold, diamond and steel ladies watches.
The watches go on sale as part of 40th anniversary celebrations for Happy Diamonds, the concept of freely dancing diamonds inside the watch face.
The Happy Sport was created in 1993 by Caroline Scheufele, Chopard co-president and artistic director in a move to make the Happy Diamonds idea more accessible.
She designed a sporty watch, still using dancing gemstones, in a more robust and affordable steel and diamonds and called it the Happy Sport.
“True to the spirit of Happy Diamonds, these gems dancing freely between two sapphire crystals soon became a symbol of Chopard and feminine watchmaking as a whole. Precious, yet resolutely sporty. Conventions have never been its thing,” the company says.
Harrods will unveil a special London edition of the Happy Sport in three variations – rose gold, stainless steel and rose gold and rose gold and diamonds – all featuring a mother of pearl dial with a leather strap and seven moving green tsavorites, a modern take on the iconic floating diamonds.
Harrods will stock five pieces each of the rose gold, and rose gold and steel models and two of the diamond set version.