Skip to product information
1 of 2

Chopard Happy Diamonds White Gold Watch
Chopard, 1989

CHOPARD L.U.C. HAPPY DIAMONDS AN 18CT WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND-SET BRACELET WATCH CIRCA 1989. Dial: brushed silvered of circular outline with glazed intersection surrounded by ten moveable 'Happy Diamonds' against a black ground. Calibre: manual winding, fully jewelled. Case: polished cushion-form, back secured by four screws. Closure: Chopard 18ct white gold satin finish bracelet and diamond-set clasp.

Regular price $10,875 USD
Regular price Sale price $10,875 USD
Sale Sold
Brand: Chopard

Metal: 18K White Gold

Stone Details: Diamonds (0.8 ct approx)

Dimensions: 24 mm square, overall length approximately 165 mm

Weight: 57 g

Circa: 1989
Reference: BVJ634 View full details
  • Certificate of Authenticity

    Authenticated and appraised by the expert team at Bakhache Jewellery, each gem comes with a certificate of authenticity, promising a timeless legacy of excellence. Our devoted gallery personnels are eager to share the intricate details and captivating narratives that breathe life into each stunning jewel.

  • Unparalleled Service

    Our dedicated team of expert Advisors stands ready to guide you through a realm of unparalleled elegance, offering meticulous attention to your desires and preferences. From selecting exquisite pieces to curating unique designs that resonate with your distinct style, our concierge service ensures every step of your experience is marked by refinement and exclusivity. Whether it's jewellery or silverware, we're here to elevate your journey.

1 of 2


Chopard, is a Swiss manufacturer and retailer of luxury watches, jewellery and accessories. Founded in 1860 by Louis-Ulysse Chopard in Sonvilier, Switzerland, Chopard has been owned by the Scheufele family of Germany since 1963. Chopard is best known for making high-quality Swiss watches and jewellery, and its clients have included Tsar Nicholas II of Russia. The company is headquartered in Geneva and has a site in Fleurier, Canton of Neuchâtel, that manufactures watch movements.