Exclusively for Valentine’s day, Jeux de Liens is adorned with lacquer in the colours of love as an ephemeral collection. For love, the emblematic Lien motif combines ancestral savoir-faire and the spirit of couture in a joyful promise.
Situated on the first floor, Chaumet’s Grand Salon was commissioned in 1777 from architect Bélanger by King Louis XVI’s General Treasurer of the Navy. In perfect harmony with Mansart’s facades, the Corinthian columns are multiplied into infinity by means of mirror effects. The memory of the first maître des lieux is still present, thanks to the many references to the maritime theme in the woodwork, marquetry and painted medallions.
In this salon, Frédéric Chopin composed his last Mazurka Opus 68 No. 4.