From January 2019, visitors to Chaumet will be able to discover the Maison's contemporary creations in an ephemeral shop, located in the mansion at 165 boulevard Saint-Germain in Paris. The historic address of the 12th place Vendome is being restored.
Chaumet settles on the left bank of Paris
Chaumet, a Parisian jeweler since 1780, is already imbricated on the right and left banks of Paris and the Chamber will continue to write the story that has linked it to Paris since the beginning.
By choosing Saint-Germain-des-Prés, a legendary neighborhood located in the heart of the iconic Left Bank district, the new site will host a series of exhibitions open to all. The House will share its history with Parisians through a series of exhibitions and events.
From the beginning of February, relations between Chaumet and the writers will be explored.
The new address will see Chaumet share his story, his dedication to the arts and the most beautiful works of his heritage.
Upon entering the ground floor, you encounter a dawn of connection with the many artists who used the space. Among the most famous clients are Edith Wharton, Karen Blixen, Olga Picasso, Louise de Vilmorin and Marie-Laure de Noailles.
Today, the private mansion located at 165 St. Germain Boulevard, in Paris, is the epicenter of elegance effortlessly and well read. Make a bold and natural choice for Chaumet.
Chaumet illuminates the Place Vendôme for over two centuries and hears shine in all its brilliance in its temporary address, left bank.