A deep and intimate connection with nature has been an integral part of Chaumet’s identity since Marie-Étienne Nitot founded the brand in 1780. The French jeweller would sign his letters with “naturalist jeweller”, a description still close to the heart
The Liens design has featured in the Maison’s historic creations and inspired Chaumet to make a collection that is as iconic as it is timesless. Each emotion – from passion to affection, love to friendship – has its own talisman.
More than 70 institutions, including the Victoria & Albert, the British Museum, and the Hamburger Kunsthalle, lent works from their collections for the occasion. It’s a roster of heavy hitters: Eugène Delacroix, Henri Fantin-Latour, Gustave Caillebotte, Claude Monet, Gustave Courbet,
Hallyu queen Song Hye-kyo stuns while wearing Chaumet’s new Dentelle de Lumière tiara from its latest high jewellery collection. As one of South Korea’s most prominent stars and one of Asia’s most recognisable faces, Song brings sophistication and dignity to her work, and it's
In Deferlante, Chaumet’s new hıgh jewellery collectıon, we see ıts signatures, from the tıara to the transformable jewel
Chaumet is inspired by the fluidity of a breaking wave in the new high jewellery collection, ‘Déferlante’, which rethinks eight signature pieces, from a transformable jewellery design to a tiara and a secret timepiece. Water has long been a source
The Bee My Love collection is distinguished by deep symbolism, and the owners of precious honeycombs will certainly be lucky: in each piece the number 88 (the number of facets of each diamond) is encrypted, bringing happiness. The double power
In honor of this important event, Chaumet created the Torsade de Chaumet high jewelery collection. Chaumet has combined diamonds with Ceylon sapphires, Mozambican rubies and Colombian emeralds of impeccable quality, and special attention has been paid to the pavé technique.
The French House of Chaumet, founded in 1780, made a nod to one of the brand's first clients, Josephine de Beauharnais, and dedicated a collection of jewelry to her. Josephine is the ideal client of Chaumet and the embodiment of