Imagine the delicate shape of Paris’ Haussmannian architecture, the harmonious lines of Japan’s monumental edifices, China’s sculptural curves, and of course, the Middle East’s decorative geometrics, all available under one roof. The address? 12 Place Vendôme, Paris, home of French jeweler Chaumet. Unveiling the new décor for the House’s freshly re-opened hôtel particulier last month, the brand celebrated its transformation with an architectural surprise, dedicating its first launch of the decade to the cities that fuel dreams and inspirations. From Paris to the Far East, the Trésors d’Ailleurs collection reimagines, highlights, and transports its wearer to its namesake destinations, with a very special one for the region: Shéhérazade. A colossal ring is available in two iterations of green malachite and lapis lazuli, both sealed with a faceted cupola surrounded by a mosaic of glittering stars. Much more than ‘just’ high jewelry, this is architectural nostalgia you’ll want to own and cherish forever.
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