Maison Chaumet Moves To The Left Bank Of Paris


As of January 2019, visitors of Chaumet will be able to discover the French Maison’s contemporary creations in an ephemeral boutique, in hôtel particulier at 165 Boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris. While, the historic 12 Place Vendôme address is undergoing restoration.

The new address will see Chaumet share its history, its attachment to the arts and the most beautiful pieces from its heritage.

Chaumet, the Parisian jeweller and watchmaker – since 1780 – is already entwined throughout the right and left panks of Paris and the Maison will continue writing the tale that has linked it to Paris from the very beginning.

By selecting Saint-Germain-des-Prés, a legendary neighborhood positioned within the coronary heart of the long-lasting left financial institution district, the brand new location will host a series of exhibitions open to all. The Maison will share its historical past with Parisians through a series of exhibitions and events.


From the beginning of February, there will be an exploration of the inspiring relationship between Chaumet and writers. As you enter into the ground floor, you are met with an aurora of connection to the many artists who have utilised the space. From Edith Wharton, Karen Blixen, Olga Picasso, Louise de Vilmorin and Marie-Laure de Noailles among its celebrated clientele.

Immediately, the personal mansion positioned at 165 St. Germain Boulevard in Paris, is the epicenter of class effortlessly, well-read elegance and properly learn. Making it a choice as bold as it is natural for Chaumet.

Maison Chaumet has lit up the Place Vendôme for more than two centuries, and intends to shine as brightly in its temporary address, on the left bank.

Come into the beautiful world of Chaumet.




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