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Chambord Offers $2M Diamond Bottle

Sep 22, 2009 12:39 PM   By Jeff Miller
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RAPAPORT...  A diamond, pearl and gold Chambord Royal orb bottle, valued at more than $2 million, was unveiled in conjuction with the opening of "Breakfast at Tiffany's," starring Anna Friel and Joseph Cross at the Theatre Royal Haymarket London. Chambord, the French black raspberry liqueur, and jeweler Donald Edge joined forces to create this luxury bottle of liqueur. Chambord by Donald Edge featurs more than 60 carats of diamonds, including 1,100 round brilliant cut, pear cut, a square cut emerald diamond, along with pearls, all of which were set in handwrought 18 karat yellow gold.

Edge said, "To be asked to recreate a jeweled Chambord bottle to celebrate the launch of Breakfast at Tiffany's is such an honor. The bottle itself, a Royal orb, is such an iconic design — to encrust it in diamonds, pearls and gold only enhances its natural beauty — it is a work of art."

Charlotte Ashburner, Chambord's brand manager said, "We were thrilled and delighted when Donald Edge agreed to recreate our famous bottle in diamonds as his jewellery is breathtakingly beautiful. Chambord is the epitome of glamour and the Chambord by Donald Edge bottle truly represents the fashionable spirit of the brand."


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