A new collection of high jewelery signed Chaumet: innovation and tradition for an exceptional result ♦ ︎
The difference between a dish prepared at home and that prepared by a great chef is also in the number of ingredients used, their arrangement and, of course, the ability to cook and present everything. In a sense, this is what happens in jewelery too. Jewels can be simple or the result of an elaborate, rich and imaginative design. You can consider, for example, this necklace that is part of the latest Les Ciels de Chaumet high jewelery collection, consisting of 43 pieces. The necklace is called Soleil de Feu.
And here is his description: white and pink gold necklace, with 4 oval cut mandarin garnets weighing 18.30, 4.00, 2.13 and 2.10 carats, 6 pear-shaped tangerine garnets weighing 2 , 91, 2.10, 1.66, 1.60, 1.30 and 0.63 carats, 5 yellow pear-shaped sapphires weighing 4.78, 1.87, 1.81, 1.81 and 1.12 carats of Ceylon, 5 yellow oval-cut sapphires weighing 3.46, 2.26, 1.89, 1.82 carats from Ceylon, 1 oval-cut yellow sapphire weighing 1.39 carats from Madagascar, a cushion-cut yellow sapphire of weight of 1.69 carats of Ceylon, a pear-shaped yellow sapphire weighing 0.92 carats from Madagascar, an orange-orange pink sapphire cut with a weight of 2.70 carats from Madagascar, 3 Padparadscha sapphires with a cushion cut weighing 2.24, 1.50 and 1.41 carats from Madagascar, a Padparadscha sapphire with a cushion cut weighing 1.44 carats from Ceylon, a Padparadscha oval cut Ceylon sapphire weighing 1.58 carats, a diamond D VVS2 shaped of pear weighing 1.51 carats, 4 pear-shaped D / E VVS diamonds weighing 0.54, 0.52, 0.52 and 0.40 ct, pear-shaped, oval cut and round sapphires yellows, oval and round red spinels, pear-shaped round mandarin garnets, briolette and orange round sapphires and pear-shaped diamonds, oval cut and brilliant cut.
There is no doubt, in short, that the difference between the usual jewelry and high jewelry is a lot. Furthermore, the collection is even more valuable if we consider the ability to blend classic themes of the Maison born in 1780, like the tiaras, with a more modern design. Without losing the advantages of the typical Chaumet workmanship, which manages to maintain an unexpected lightness even in the most elaborate jewels. The mix succeeded.
Les Ciels de Chaumet is a collection divided into four parts: Les Caprices du Ciel (jewels inspired by the lightness of clouds), Les Couleurs du Ciel (between shining sun and moonbeams) deep), Les Fulgurances du Ciel (between stars and sunset ) and Les Habitants du Ciel (mixing Japanese and Chinese, taking to the waders or the motif of the swallows). The collection uses white diamonds combined with a wide variety of gems, such as yellow sapphires, emeralds, mandarin garnets, black opals from Australia, spinels. The Chaumet’s skies are a lot.