• Joséphine, Chaumet's first muse

    Marie-Josèphe-Rose, the future Empress, was given her pet name of “Joséphine” by Napoleon Bonaparte. A woman of power and taste, Joséphine became the first eminent customer of Marie-Etienne Nitot, Chaumet’s founder, in 1780. It was for Josephine, who was crowned Empress

    on 2 December 1804, that Chaumet designed fashionable and romantic bejewelled headwear, gifts from the Emperor to his lucky star. Chaumet is now dedicating its new jewellery collection to Joséphine, a modern, free-thinking, daring woman.

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    The tiara becomes a ring

    The Joséphine collection revisits the tiara and reinvents it as a ring. A new engagement ring declares love and promises commitment, sealed by a pear-cut diamond.

    The clean lines of the tiara rings, in white, pink or yellow gold set with diamonds or gemstones, will turn every woman into a princess...

  • Joséphine Aigrette

     

    Just as the Roaring Twenties style is energizing fashion, the Joséphine collection takes inspiration from the aigrette, a light and graceful head ornament that refreshes the allure of the tiara.