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Echoing the pieces created by Chaumet for Empresses Joséphine and Marie-Louise, these ears of wheat bend in the breeze and imbue the diamond sets with precious generosity.
Chaumet gives centre stage to its modern-day fiancés romantically strolling in Paris with a film and a series of photographs by Matthew Brookes.
A story that begins with the considerable orders of the empresses Joséphine and Marie-Louise and afterwards the queen Hortense, who wore hortensias as corsage brooches, bouquets or garlands separable into brooches.
Chaumet, a Parisian jeweller since 1780, has always used its creations to celebrate beauty, talent and stardom.
The liens motif appears very early on in the history of Chaumet, from its creation in 1780.
The Roaring Twenties were a festive era during which the polite society mingled with intellectuals and artists to cultivate the art of enjoying oneself.