Faithful to its naturalistic tradition, Chaumet celebrates a living and symbolic flora and fauna by enriching its collections with new creation: captivating brooches and cocktail rings to light up special occasions, and new Bee My Love pieces for everyday wear.
A bouquet of brooches
Les Espiègleries de Chaumet
Inspired by the antics of jungle animals, Chaumet sets out some playful gardening vignettes, inventing a jewellery world in which the natural is a source of spectacle and everyday objects are transformed into poetic subjects. Here, diamonds spill from a spade, wellington boots sprout flowers, a little hen pecks at a big scarecrow, the day’s harvest blooms in an exquisite basket like a jewel box, and a precious drop of water falls from a watering can.
Chaumet’s emblematic collection Attrape-Moi incorporates new bee brooches, revisiting the Maison’s prized imperial emblem, to fasten to a lapel or alight on a dress. _e iconic High Jewellery design unveils unprecedented coloured stones combinations whilst new Precious Jewellery brooches provide a poetic revisiting of the symbolic insect’s stripes.
From the dandies of literature to the bright young things of our time, carnations have long bloomed in the buttonholes of men seeking to set themselves apart. Today, Chaumet reinvents this outward sign of refinement as a Precious Jewellery Broche OEillet in diamonds and white gold.
Cocktail rings in bloom
L’Épi de Blé de Chaumet
Sapphires and coloured stones extend the panoply of their joyful palette across High Jewellery rings that evoke the sight of wheat bending in the wind, writing a colourful new chapter in the history of the collection.
A pastoral profusion
Celebrating a symbol of immortality and victory that held great importance for Josephine, one that has always been present in the Maison’s creations, Laurier Precious Jewellery is enriched with new diamond-set creations. Rose gold enters the collection in a delicately carved medallion pendant and a band ring that also comes in white gold, on which a branch encircles the finger in the manner of an architectural frieze.
L’Épi de blé de Chaumet
A contemporary echo of the wheat sheaf tiaras loved by Josephine, an example of which dating back to 1811 is held by the Maison, the L’Epi de Ble de Chaumet Precious Jewellery collection offers a fresh take on a symbol of fertility and fecundity particularly prized by the Maison. To the rings, bracelet, earrings and brooch are added two creations to complete this cluster of gold and diamond cereals. A necklace emphasises the neckline with its delicate grains and a new brooch, a marker of abundance, gracefully links two light ears of wheat.