Chaumet

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The House of Chaumet, founded in 1780, is a high-end jeweller based in Paris.wikipedia
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Jean-Valentin Morel

After the French revolution of 1848, the activity of Maison Fossin slowed significantly in France, leading to the establishment of a boutique in London with a workshop entrusted to Jean-Valentin Morel (1794-1860) assisted by his son Prosper, who was born in 1825.
Morel had a son Prosper whose daughter married Joseph Chaumet, who inherited the family jewelry business in 1885.

Pierre Sterlé

In 1934, Maison Chaumet sponsored the establishment of the young jeweller Pierre Sterlé, who was already designing its jewellery.
He enjoyed the support of many large jewellery houses, such as Boucheron, Chaumet and Ostertag, for whom he was already designing jewellery.

LVMH

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As of 2012, it was owned by LVMH.
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Breguet (brand)

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They took over the Breguet brand in 1970.
In 1976, Breguet's then-owner Chaumet closed its French factory and moved production to the Vallée de Joux in Switzerland.

Art Deco

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Marcel Chaumet (1886-1964) succeeded his father Joseph in 1928, at the height of the Art Deco period.
The established jewelry houses of Paris in the period, Cartier, Chaumet, Georges Fouquet, Mauboussin, and Van Cleef & Arpels all created jewelry and objects in the new fashion.

Marie-Étienne Nitot

Marie-Étienne Nitot (born 2 April 1750 in Paris – deceased 9 September 1809) was a French jeweller, the official jeweller to the Emperor Napoleon, and the founder of the House of Chaumet.

Napoleon Tiara

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The tiara, which was of traditional papal tiara design, was designed and manufactured by Henri Auguste and Marie-Étienne Nitot of the House of Chaumet in Paris.

List of papal tiaras in existence

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List of papal tiaras in existence

Ljupka Gojić

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She has been featured in advertisements for Anna Molinari, Chanel, Chaumet Spirit, Esprit, Armani, Mango, and GAP.

Luxury goods

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The House of Chaumet, founded in 1780, is a high-end jeweller based in Paris.

Jewellery

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The House of Chaumet, founded in 1780, is a high-end jeweller based in Paris.

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The House of Chaumet, founded in 1780, is a high-end jeweller based in Paris.

Watchmaker

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Chaumet is a jewellery and watchmaking designer founded in 1780 by Marie-Étienne Nitot.

French Revolution

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His aristocratic clientele remained loyal to him until the French Revolution in 1789.

First French Empire

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With the help of his son François Regnault (1779-1853), Nitot created the jewellery that would offer the French Empire splendour and power.

Empress Joséphine

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The jewellery for Napoleon's wedding to Joséphine de Beauharnais, and later to Marie Louise de Habsburg-Lorraine, was created by Nitot.

Marie Louise, Duchess of Parma

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The jewellery for Napoleon's wedding to Joséphine de Beauharnais, and later to Marie Louise de Habsburg-Lorraine, was created by Nitot.

Marie-Caroline of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duchess of Berry

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The elite of the period were won over and the family of Louis-Philippe, King of France from 1830 to 1848, as well as the Duchesse de Berry, succeeded Napoleon on the list of famous clients of what was to become Chaumet.

Mathilde Bonaparte

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They included personalities such as Anatole Demidoff, a Russian prince married to Napoleon's niece, Princess Mathilde Bonaparte, as well as many painters, sculptors and writers, both French and foreign.

London

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After the French revolution of 1848, the activity of Maison Fossin slowed significantly in France, leading to the establishment of a boutique in London with a workshop entrusted to Jean-Valentin Morel (1794-1860) assisted by his son Prosper, who was born in 1825.

Queen Victoria

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They attracted a prestigious clientele which included Queen Victoria, who granted Jean-Valentin Morel a royal warrant.

The Great Exhibition

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At the London World's Fair of 1851, Morel resumed the enamelling tradition of the 16th and 17th centuries and produced hardstone goblets with enamelled mounts

Vitreous enamel

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At the London World's Fair of 1851, Morel resumed the enamelling tradition of the 16th and 17th centuries and produced hardstone goblets with enamelled mounts

Tiara

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The Renaissance style was still used, in particular for tiaras, very much in vogue at the time, which Chaumet would make one of its specialities; but Chaumet also drew inspiration from Japanese art, which was gaining popularity in jewellery design at the time.