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Chaumet opens in Monaco

Chaumet opens in Monaco

By Stephanie Horsman - June 6, 2019

Parisian jeweller Chaumet has officially opened in Monaco during a grand inauguration on Wednesday evening. The store is located near the Casino on Alleé François Blanc and comes as a welcome addition to the Principality.

Chaumet first opened in 1780 and, as such, is one of Paris’s oldest jewellery houses. It has been associated with the luxury market almost since the beginning. Their signature “ears of wheat” collection can be dated back to its earliest days and are still a known symbol for the company.  

In addition to the store opening, there will be an exhibit from 12th July to 28th August at the Grimaldi Forum showcasing more than 250 pieces documenting the company’s long and illustrious history. The pieces, on loan from institutions and private collections, will be of interest not only to jewellery connoisseurs, but also a fun discovery for casual lovers of this art. 

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