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Chopard pays tribute to the Arabic alphabet

Chopard pays tribute to the Arabic alphabet

Dancing letters

Text: Meeran Mekkaoui

Image: Courtesy of Chopard

Chopard’s emblematic diamonds have been reimagined to feature one of the richest written languages in history…

Chopard has always been committed to offering a plethora of jewels that will make you flaunt with charisma. Since 1976, the invention of the emblematic Happy Diamonds jewellery collection has sparkled across the world and received several adaptations throughout the years. But this recent interpretation is perhaps our favourite.

Paying tribute to one of the richest written languages in history, Chopard is bringing the joie de vivre of its Happy Diamonds collection in a capsule range that focuses on the Arabic alphabet.

A series of rose gold necklaces make up the Happy Me capsule collection featuring pendants graced with a perfectly round shape symbolising wisdom, topped with a diamond. At the heart of the circle, Chopard’s skilful artisans set two sapphire crystals – perfectly setting the stage for the several dancing gold iterations of the Arabic letters – before embellishing the complete look with three dancing diamonds.

Only featuring 11 variations of the Arabic language, each of the letters are corresponding to the first letter of the 11 most popular Arabic female names.

In partnership with Ahmed Seddiqi & Sons, Chopard’s latest jewels are an absolute embodiment of cascading beauty.

The collection is available at Chopard boutiques in The Dubai Mall, Wafi Mall and Mall of the Emirates.

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