Ethics and Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival by Chopard

chopard-small.jpgChopard manufactures an ethical Palme d'Or since 2014. Today, the Maison goes further by announcing that, from July 2018, all jewels and watches will be made from certified gold.


Pioneer in sustainable development since 30 years, Chopard had already shown the way a few years ago by creating a completely separate production line, dedicated to certified gold. From July 2018, the gold will be responsibly sourced from one of two traceable routes: artisanal freshly mined gold from small-scale mines participating in the Swiss Better Gold Association (SBGA), Fairmined and Fairtrade schemes or RJC Chain of Custody gold, through Chopard’s partnership with RJC-certified refineries.

The 2018 Cannes Festival has highlighted the engagement of Chopard: Cate Blanchett, president of the 2018 edition and committed actress, dazzled in pair of earrings from the Red Carpet Collection in titanium set with yellow sapphires (42.02 carats), tsavorites (11.26 carats), garnets (24.60 carats) and ring from the Temptations Collection in 18ct rose gold featuring an oval shaped tanzanite (55.52 carats), spessartine garnets (10.87 carats), orange sapphires and blue sapphires.


Marion Cotillard sparkled in earrings set in 18ct yellow gold and platinum featuring orange diamonds (18.86 carats) and white diamonds (12.01 carats), a ring in 18ct yellow gold set with a round shaped yellow sapphire (20.36 carats), yellow orange sapphires and diamonds and a diamond ring set in 18ct white gold, all from the Haute Joaillerie Collection.
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Saturday 2 June 2018, 16:31