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November 08, 2019

The Alpine Eagle Has Arrived

Alpine Eagle Small, 36 mm, Self-Winding, Rose Gold, Diamonds has arrived. Contemporary, refined and assertive, the new sport-chic Alpine Eagle timepiece collection is a contemporary reinterpretation of St Moritz, the first watch created in 1980 by Karl-Friedrich Scheufele, now co-president of the Chopard house.

Imagined and personally designed by him, the Alpine Eagle was driven by his passion for the Alps and by the lofty power of the eagle that reigns supreme there. Crafted in ethical 18-carat rose gold and set with diamonds, it beats to the rhythm of a Chronometer-certified movement.

Alpine Eagle is dedicated to contemporary eagles, the aspiring persons who outperform in their daily lives and whose vision inspires and elevates. With foresight and determination, they act on the challenges of tomorrow and are innately aware of the importance of environmental issues.

Contemporary, refined and assertive, the new Alpine Eagle sports chic timepiece collection is a state-of-the-art reinterpretation of the St. Moritz, the first watch created in 1980 by Karl-Friedrich Scheufele, now co-president of Chopard.

Imagined and personally designed by him, Alpine Eagle is driven by his passion for the Alps and by the lofty power of the eagle that reigns supreme there. Crafted from an exclusive, ultra-resistant and light-reflecting metal named Lucent Steel A223, it beats to the rhythm of a Chopard chronometer-certified movement.

Bearing testament to Chopard's ethical approach, Alpine Eagle gives the Maison an opportunity to reveal its new commitment to protecting the Alpine environment through the launch of the Eagle Wings Foundation - of which Karl-Friedrich Scheufele is a founding member.

Alpine Eagle is dedicated to contemporary eagles, the aspiring men who outperform in their daily lives and whose vision inspires and elevates. With foresight and determination, they act on the challenges of tomorrow and are innately aware of the importance of environmental issues.