Happy Diamonds

Often, when you think of Chopard, you think of a classic collection which encompasses free moving diamonds under glass. The Happy Diamonds collection was born in the 1970’s and remains one of their staple collections today.  

Happy Diamonds were created when designer Ronald Kurowski was taking a walk through the Black Forest in Germany when he stumbled upon a waterfall.  He was mesmerised by the sight of the tiny water droplets bursting out and catching the daylight, magnificently sparkling and reflecting all the colours of the rainbow. This sparked an idea that diamonds should not be constricted by settings and shanks, but rather set free to enable them to sparkle in their natural, dazzling radiance. 




Lot 396 in the 2 July Jewellery Auction is a happy diamonds pendant. Set with three free moving diamonds, they will dance along the glass as you move. Estimate £1000 - £1500.


If you fancy doubling up and adding some earrings to match, lot 397 is a pair of earrings of similar design and each set with one free moving diamond. Estimate £700 - £900.  


The final Chopard item is lot 444, a happy diamonds cuff formed by a row of, yellow, rose and white gold where the floating diamond is set within a crystal heart. Estimate £1000 - £2000.  

If you need something to cheer you up, these Happy Diamonds are the answer. Come along and view the items in person from 12pm on Tuesday 30 June or view the catalogue online.


To view the Jewellery catalogue click here >>

Amy Cameron


McTear’s sells more jewellery than any other traditional auction house in the dedicated jewellery auctions that take place twice monthly, run concurrently live online on a platform that attracts six million visitors annually from over 120 countries worldwide.



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