Chaumet’s library welcomes a second box-set of three books published by Assouline. Celebrating the High Jewellery collections and two of the Maison’s founding themes, these works mark an annual invitation to delve into Chaumet’s culture.
The emerald owes its name to the Greek “smaragdos”, which derives from a Semitic word meaning “to shine”. The emerald is the most precious beryl. Its colour is so incomparable that any color that resembles it is described as “emerald” green.