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Chopard Tie Gravata Blue & Yellow Hearts. REF.00771

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Chopard Tie Gravata Blue & Yellow Hearts. REF.00771

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  • Marca:  Chopard
  • Modelo Gravata Tie Blue & Yellow Hearts
  • Número:  95001-0762
  • Gênero: Masculino
  • Características: Gravata luxuosa da marca Chopard, nova – Azul escuro, com lindos padrões repetidos (“corações amarelos”) e assinada Chopard.. Moderna e classica, corte atual, grande presente
  • Caixa: sim (luxuosa Chopard)
  • Fundo:
  • Pulseira : 
  • Comentários:. Nova, sem uso. Ótimo presente. A Chopard é conhecida entre as melhores gravatas. Etiqueta: Handmade in Italy 100% seda silk.
  • Acompanha : Caixa original Chopard (luxo); papel de seda. Plastico Protetor. Sacola de luxo.

 

·  Nota: Em caso de envio por correio, não acompanha a sacola

 

 

Additional Information:

 

Chopard original exclusive tie. Dark blue, yellow hearts-like pattern forming a discrete and elegant repetitive combination. Modern (and Classic) look

100% silk handmade in Italy.

Brand new in original luxury Chopard box.

Includes:

-       Signed Tie, 95mm large at the end.

-       Luxury, large Chopard Box & silk protective paper. Protective plastic sleeve.

Opportunity for an exclusive item from one of the best luxury brands. Great gift.

  

about Chopard (LUC): 

Chopard is a Swiss watchmaker and jewellery maker founded in 1860 in Sonvilier by Louis-Ulysse Chopard originally known for making elaborated watches and pocket watches. In 1963, Chopard was sold to Karl Scheufele, a watchmaker from Pforzheim, Germany. The Scheufele family have owned the company up to the present day. The company is headquartered in Geneva and has a site in Fleurier, Canton of Neuchâtel that manufactures watch movements.

The company founder, Louis-Ulysse Chopard, was a Swiss watchmaker who grew up in Sonvilier a town near Bern. In 1860, he established his L.U.C manufacturing company in Sonvilier, having observed that it was more profitable to market the finished watch than to just make the mechanical movement.

After Louis-Ulysse's death in 1915, the company was taken over by his son Paul-Louis and grandson Paul-André. The company specialised in making pocket watches and ladies’ wristwatches. In 1921, Paul-Louis moved the company operations to a larger town Chaux-de-Fonds in the Canton of Neuchâtel. In 1937, at that time a company of 150 employees, the company relocated to Geneva. This enabled the movements made by the company to be certified with the Geneva Seal a mark only applied to watch movements made in the Canton of Geneva. Paul-André took over the company in 1943.

In 1963, having no children wishing to continue in the business, Paul-André Chopard sold it to Karl Scheufele III, a German goldsmith and watchmaker from Pforzheim, who was seeking a watch movement manufacturer exclusively for his own business.

In 1974, the Chopard factory moved from the center of Geneva to Meyrin-Geneva and in 1976 the company started making watches that contained its signature free-floating diamond behind sapphire glass. In the 1980s, the company expanded into making sports watches for men and diamond jewellery for women.

In 1996, the company established its own complete watch movement manufacturing facility in Fleurier, in the Swiss Canton of Jura. Prior to that time, all Chopard's movements had been assembled from third party components. The movements made in Fleurier were intended for the high end watches in the Chopard range.

In 2010, the company celebrated its 150th anniversary, by which time the company's estimated sales were €550 million in total (of which €250 million in watches) with about 100 stores around the world.

Present Day

In 2014, Chopard had sales of CHF800m (US$915m) per year, 2000 employees worldwide, of whom 900 were working in Switzerland. The European Patent Office lists more than 20 references to Chopard since 2002.

 

 

 

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