The new Laurier Precious Jewellery collection celebrates the symbolic plant that has been a continuous presence in the Maison’s creations. Reinterpreted in diamonds and white gold, this glorious laurel serves to magnify contemporary femininity.
History The style
Chaumet’s legacy of bucolic beauty is a treasure trove of inspiration that bridges past, present and future.
Contemporary jewellery and historic pieces are in line with a tradition of excellence that has been nurtured over the centuries.
This taming of the wild, a saga of nature versus refinement, is the dynamic that drives Chaumet’s natural history.
Chaumet’s naturalist jewellery depicts nature in all its wild, organic, fragile glory.
Finding bucolic beauty in a garden, woodland or meadow, delicate blades of grass or the graphic forms of mistletoe, the Maison’s designers ingeniously render plants and weeds alike in graceful, inspired creations.
Often with an added touch of sophistication - a bow entwined around a freshly-cut branch - they elevate the most ordinary plants to the status of jewellery.
Species are chosen for their cultural significance, imbuing the jewellery with symbolic value.
Wild flowers and undergrowth
Églantine (Wild rose) Wild rose tiara. 1922
Œillet (Pink) Pinks tiara. 1907
Pink gold, set with pink & angel-skin opal, pink tourmalines, pink sapphires and diamonds. 2013
Foliage scroll tiara. 1909
Wheat sheaf tiara Chaumet - Nitot circa 1811. Gold, silver and diamonds - Chaumet Paris collection
Laurier (Laurel) Preparatory sketch for a laurel and butterfly stomacher brooch. Circa 1890
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