Chaumet imagines a lush Garden on beautiful sunny days, where pieces imbued with poetry and character flourish, featuring brooches, rings and necklaces adorned with the most beautiful gemstones, in vibrant colours.
Majesty and grace, power and delicacy: from one period to another the Maison writes new chapters of a story that celebrates nuance and composition, opposites brought together in stunning contrasts. Nature interpreted by Chaumet teems with life, it is an ode to the eternal cycle of plants, foliage and berries, from bud to bloom.
Laurel branch, element of a tiara, circa 1900.
Laurel tiara, circa 1885.