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    125th Anniversary Limited Edition Of Chopard Luc Xps Watch Geneva Mark

    Chopard celebrates the 125th anniversary of the recognized clock authority certification of Poinçon de Genève Geneva. At this time, Chopard launched a limited edition commemorative watch based on the LUC XPS series to honor and commemorate Glory history of international authority certification.

        In order to protect the original good quality and status of Geneva watchmaking, and to prevent the influx of good and bad watches from entering the market, in 1886, the city of Geneva passed a new watchmaking example and established twelve rules to review the craftsmanship standards of watchmaking. Now Poinçon de Genève Geneva The mark becomes a professional certification standard of outstanding quality. Advanced complex mechanical watches must undergo twelve rigorous tests from single parts, material properties, movements, and assembly. After passing, the Geneva badge of the ‘eagle and key’ shield pattern can be engraved on the movement plate. This audit is of a very professional standard. Only a few brands in the entire watch industry are considered to be qualified members, while standard watches are recognized as flawless craftsmanship in terms of movement specifications and appearance.

        The Chopard LUC XPS series of the 125th Anniversary of the Geneva Seal, in addition to inheriting the historical glory of the Geneva Seal, engraved the imprint totem and the 125th anniversary on the surface. The elegant dark brown mother-of-pearl dial with 18K rose gold, and its The ultra-thin dial used highlights the artistic achievements of the watch with extraordinary craftsmanship, and makes the wearer show extraordinary style.

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    Louis Vuitton Names Catherine Lacaze As Director Of Jewellery And Watches

    Louis Vuitton has confirmed that Catherine Lacaze has been appointed Director of Jewellery and Watches and she will report to Anthony Ledru, Executive Vice President of Global Commercial Activities. Catherine Lacaze replaced HamdiChatti, who left after nine years with the company.

     CatherineLacaze has 20 years of experience in the luxury industry, including 15 years in the UK and the US. Catherine Lacaze graduated from the Paris Business School and started a career at VanCleef & Arpels, then moved to Delbis as Director of Marketing and then Cartier as Assistant Vice President of Jewelry Marketing.
     Prior to joining Louis Vuitton, Catherine Lacaze worked at Tiffany as vice president of North American marketing. Prior to joining Tiffany in 2014, she also served as vice president of global marketing and communications for American watch and jewelry brand Harry Winston. (Photo / text watch home Xu Chaoyang)