Swiss Chopard Replica Watches

The Chopard family ran the company until 1963, when the heir of a German watchmaking family approached them. Karl Scheufele III wanted to expand his family's jewelry watchmaking company, but the company lacked its own movement manufacturing facilities. Chopard, on the other hand, had a well-regarded manufacturing workshop, but with no heirs interested in carrying on the family business. Thus, the last Chopard son sold his share and the two were integrated under the Chopard name. The leadership reins passed to the Scheufele family, where they remain today. In a market of conglomerates, Chopard remains one of the last family-owned watchmakers in the world.