Swiss-based watchmaker Chopard is rolling out its new collection of Happy Fish Chronograph watches decorated with moving, jewel-laden clown fish. Designed to bring a smile to even the busiest woman’s face, the Happy Fish series continues to evolve in beauty and function.
Available in 18K rose or white gold, the case measures 32 mm in diameter and 8.5 mm thick. A quartz movement powers the scuba-themed timepiece, with its subaquatic dial painted in shades of blue that mimic the “bustle of a lively coral reef,” according to a press release.
Water resistant to a depth of 100 feet, a sapphire crystal is surrounded by a jeweled bezel decorated with either yellow sapphire, tsavorite, onyx or ruby stones. A blue rubber strap complements the painted dial, which on closer examination resembles a stained-glass window that one might find if fish had churches. Held in place by a tang clasp, the Happy Fish Chronograph is sure to be a conversation starter, whether in a conference room or at a cocktail party.
Chopard is a privately held company headquartered in Geneva. Founded in 1860 by 24 year old Louis-Ulysse Chopard, it is one of four watchmaking companies that compose the Fleurier Quality Foundation.
Source and photos courtesy Chopard website.