A Parisian jeweller since 1780, Chaumet quickly became the official purveyor to Empress Joséphine. The Maison’s history has been interlinked with the history of France ever since. At the heart of Place Vendôme, the jewelry virtuosity of Chaumet is passed down from one workshop head to the next. Reflecting this know-how, the jewelry creations express their uniquely Parisian identity with character and grace.
Symbolically, the link is this thread that attaches two beings and draws their destiny closer. It surprises us in its relation to the other, the others, to the world and even to itself. The affective and sentimental dimension of the jewel emerges here, marking the important stages and experiences of a life.View collection
A symbol of the divine and eternal power of Napoleon I, the gold bee adorned the attire and decorated the apartments of the Imperial couple. Marie-Etienne Nitot, official jeweller to the Emperor and founder of Chaumet, followed by successive Master Jewellers of the House, created all sorts of naturalist jewellery depicting bees.View Collection
A precious echo of the woman who inspires it, the Joséphine collection perpetuates the graceful and elegant style of the Maison. An alliance of delicate drawing with flamboyant stones, this collection revisits nearly 240 years of expert tradition with contemporary creativity.View collection
Since each love story is unique, the Maison provides engaged couples with a broad creative palette and the possibility to choose among 11 different styles of rings, from the Joséphine, Bee My Love and Liens collections’ signature solitaires to the classic models Triomphe de ChaumetView collection
At its origins lies the love story between Napoléon and Joséphine, the timelessly modern couple comprising a strong-willed woman and a powerful man passionately in love with each other. For them, the Maison created its first sentimental jewels. Remaining true to its history, Chaumet places happiness at the heart of its creations, punctuating couples’ lives with precious milestones. From tiara to wedding ring, from the traditional solitaire to the aigrette ring that crowns the finger as Napoléon crowned Joséphine, with Crown Your Love, the wedding, that founding ceremony of the Maison’s identity, is celebrated by the Chaumet creations.