KarlFriedrich Scheufele, co-president of Chopard.

Philanthropic luxury jewellery and watch house confirms membership.

Chopard has made the grade to become a certified member of the Responsible Jewellery Council.

The luxury jewellery and watch house was welcomed into the fold at Baselworld, having met the ethical, social and environmental standards required by the RJC.


“As a family owned and independent company, Chopard is particularly attentive to social responsibility issues and since many years remains committed to various philanthropic organisations. Among these, the preservation of the environment has been a priority,” said KarlFriedrich Scheufele, co-president of Chopard.

Being a member of the RJC, acknowledges our strong and long-time commitment to observe responsible business practices, internally and externally. It will also further reinforce the trust of our clients,” he added.

“RJC is delighted to congratulate Chopard on its certification. It is very encouraging to see that RJC has achieved more than 150 certified members today, evidencing RJC Members’ strong commitment to responsible business practices ,” said Catherine Sproule, RJC’s Chief Operations Officer.