On April 18, Chopard co-president Karl-Friedrich Scheufele, in the presence of the honorary president of BirdLife International Princess Takamado of Japan, presented the one-off Chopard LUC XP BirdLife watch dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the organization. The Chopard LUC XP BirdLife model in an ethical white gold case is complemented by an enamel dial depicting Siberian lentils. The crown medallion with a bird with red-pink plumage surrounded by diamonds is made in the Grand Feu technique.
Designed to support the protection of nature, the watch is 35 mm in diameter and only 7,5 mm high. Proceeds from the sale of this unique model will be donated to BirdLife International Japan Fund for Science, established to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Princess Takamado's appointment as Honorary President of BirdLife International. Through the transparent case back, you can see the in-house automatic movement LUC 96.17-L with a 65-hour power reserve.