Some timepieces are so rare and so remarkable that they become something more than a luxury item—they come to represent a Maison’s values.





The 25-piece limited edition 18-karat rose gold L.U.C Tourbillon QF is exceptional in every sense of the word. For the first time, Chopard’s workshops have used ‘Fairmined’ gold from South America to produce the graceful model, which also bears horological certification from the Fleurier Quality Foundation label, guaranteeing precision, reliability, durability and a high-quality aesthetic finish.

Entirely Swiss-made, the mechanical hand-wound L.U.C 02.13-L1 movement is chronometer-certified by COSC and has a nine-day power reserve thanks to exclusive Quattro technology that combines a double set of two stacked barrels. The L.U.C Tourbillon QF’s strap is made of hand sewn matte black and brown alligator and closes with a rose gold pin buckle. 





The 43 mm case showcases a sumptuous sunray satin-brushed ruthenium dark gray and gold dial with luminescent hands and a glare-proofed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. You’ll find design codes synonymous with the L.U.C collection, including 1930s-inspired Dauphine hour and minute hands, as well as Roman numerals denoting the hours. The water-resistant timepiece’s case back features a see-through sapphire crystal for hypnotic viewing pleasure.

The epitome of elegance and craftsmanship, this ethically sourced timepiece is a new benchmark in luxury—one that surpasses even its own rigorous standards.