Born of the excellence of Chaumet High Jewellery, three new powder-pink designs express blossoming emotion. Like a thread of diamonds, the flower’s stem is traced into a brooch, a pendant and a pair of earrings. Suspended from this pattern, sculpted opal cabochons, pink tourmalines and sapphires blossom in asymmetrical bouquets that hide an impeccably assembled composition. Chaumet Hortensia Aube Roseé brooch in pink gold with 197 brilliant-cut diamonds, Angel-skin & pink opal, 1 round-cut pink sapphire 0.06carat and 4 marquise-cut pink tourmalines 0.32carat
(transformable piece). Chaumet Hortensia Aube Roseé earrings in pink gold with 148 brilliant-cut diamonds, Angel-skin pink
opal and 2 round-cut pink sapphires 0.11carat.
Chaumet Hortensia Aube Roseé pendant in pink gold with 195 brilliant-cut diamonds, Angel-skin & pink opal, 1 round-cut pink sapphire 0.04carat and 4 marquise-cut pink tourmalines 0.32carat.
For over 230 years, Chaumet has created the Finest Jewellery and Watch collections.
Established in 1780, Chaumet’s history has been intimately linked with historical France with the founder of the
House, Marie-Étienne Nitot becoming the official jeweller for Emperor Napoleon I.
He continued to design and fulfil orders for the royal French court serving Empress Joséphine and later, Empress
Marie-Louise. This royal mantel passed from one master jeweller to another, continuing the Chaumet journey as the House created for royal heads and the aristocracy, including the appointment of the official jeweller for Queen Victoria.
Today, Chaumet continues to develop internationally as part of the LVMH group, with more than 90 boutiques in the world’s major capitals including Paris, London, Tokyo, Beijing, Hong Kong and Moscow. La Maison Chaumet, 12 Place Vendôme incorporates the boutique adjoining the Salon des Diadèmes and the 18th century Grand Salon listed as a historic monument, the Fine Jewellery workshop and the design studio.