Chaumet is inviting you to take a unique stroll through two hundred years of historic and poetic, naturalistic and bucolic jewelry designs in its store at 12 place Vendôme. For the first time, the label will be presenting a selection of its many jewelry designs in a pop-up museum which opens to the public on September 13th for six short months. The brainchild of CEO Jean-Marc Mansvelt, appointed last November, it will pay worthy tribute to the French jeweler’s rich and precious heritage. The display will be divided into various themes, starting with naturalism, Chaumet’s trademark, and feature many of the designs – a dragonfly broach, eglantine diadems, leaf pins and pansy necklaces – produced by the jeweler since it was founded in 1780.
Le Musée Éphémère. Chaumet,
From September 13, for 6 month