Chaumet on Show with Tiaras' Sketches

From 21st March till 26th at the Salon du Dessin in Paris the exhibition ‘L’art du dessin chez Chaumet: Imaginer – Créer’


  • Half of the turquoise headband and brilliant made for Mairie Louise Empress of France, 1811

    Half of the turquoise headband and brilliant made for Mairie Louise Empress of France, 1811

The exhibition ‘L’art du dessin chez Chaumet: Imaginer – créer’ will take place in Paris, from March the 21st till the 26th at the Salon du Dessin’ at the Palais Brongniart. For a week long, you have the chance to admire for the very first time ever an amazing collection of 38 tiaras sketches, carefully selected to prove the extraordinary richness of the heritage of one of the oldest Parisian jewelery houses. A fascinating journey into the past, in the sumptuous Belle Epoque era, among unique pieces finally showed to the public. Parisian jeweler since 1780, Chaumet is still crafting exceptional tiaras, jewels and timepieces at the very heart of place Vendôme.

  • Preparatory drawing for a tiara with serpents facing an emerald, 1890-1900

    Preparatory drawing for a tiara with serpents facing an emerald, 1890-1900

  •  Diadem project with diamond and circles, 1940

    Diadem project with diamond and circles, 1940

  • Preparatory drawing for the tiara wings project for Gertrude Vanderbilt, 1908

    Preparatory drawing for the tiara wings project for Gertrude Vanderbilt, 1908

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