The reinvention of a symbolic garden

Slender stems carrying flowers, ethereal leaves curled around fruit, wild grasses harbouring insects, golden harvests in summer splendour… such is the essence of Chaumet’s nature. Ever since its beginnings, the Maison has depicted a natural world that is both free and gracious, vibrant and generous and whose distinctive contours have created a singular identity, combining ancestral savoir-faire and a vital elegance of style. Mastering its expertise to create enchantment, Chaumet has invented precious jewels that tell the fabulous story of Parisian High Jewellery, born in 1780, with the lightness of hand and deceptive simplicity that defines its style.

 

La Nature de Chaumet collection reinterprets the Maison’s founding sources of inspiration, expressing the identity of Chaumet while revealing its vision of nature. Four themes are the new chapters that tell the story; the laurel, the ear of wheat, the oak and the lily - all attributes of the gods in classical mythology and interpreted by the Maison since its origins. An alliance of nature and culture, of wildness and refinement, Chaumet’s naturalism is characterised by the choice of plants and flowers that carry significant symbolic power, sometimes tied with a ribbon. Conceived and crafted according to Chaumet’s tradition of excellence, the pieces of this collection, gathered into four tableaux, put technical prowess to the service of wonder and emotion.

L'Épi de Blé

Le Chêne

Le Lys

Inspirations

Le Laurier

Introduction

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