Chanel’s Baselworld entry comes fitted with up to 524 diamonds


Chanel’s latest timepieces, the Code COCO line, are strongly influenced its jewellery background, featuring two dials, one of which is blank.

The new addition is a line of slim steel bracelets, sporting the iconic Chanel chequered pattern and two small square dials showing off hours, minutes and diamonds. The bottom black lacquered dial holds the two steel hands for hours and minutes, as well as the Chanel logo at 12 o’clock. The top dial is blank, apart from a princess cut diamond set centrally.

Diamonds can be found very easily on the Code COCO if you move past the base steel model. 52 brilliant cut diamonds can be set all around the bezel or you can swap out steel for white gold and bag Chanel’s 524 diamond-encrusted model, of which 136 diamonds are set onto the Swiss quartz powered dial.


All prices for the ladies’ pieces are available on request.


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