Chaumet Anneau Ring Diamond Gold Band


18k gold
12.5 grams
The maker's mark, French marks, a serial number

An 18k gold band ring with diamonds by Chaumet, from the Anneau collection.
The ring of a donut shape is puffed in the center and runs gradually thinner toward the back.
The diamonds are staged in a graceful, streak-like line. The line goes diagonally across the center of the band.
The ring’s unique design is chic and elegant. This Chaumet ring undeniably carries French refined look and charm.

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    About Chaumet brand

    The history of Chaumet is a tale of craftsmanship and luxury that spans more than two centuries. Established in 1780 by Marie-Étienne Nitot, a Parisian jeweler, Chaumet quickly gained recognition for its exquisite craftsmanship and innovative designs. Nitot became the official jeweler to Empress Josephine, the wife of Napoleon Bonaparte, solidifying the brand’s association with royalty.
    Throughout the 20th century, Chaumet continued to evolve, adapting its designs to the changing tastes of each era. The brand maintained its reputation for creating timeless pieces, with a focus on high-quality craftsmanship.
    Chaumet’s jewels are often inspired by the rich cultural heritage of Paris. Over the years, the brand has collaborated with numerous artists and designers. The House of Chaumet is particularly renowned for its tiaras, which have adorned the heads of brides and royalty throughout history.
    Today, Chaumet remains a symbol of timeless elegance and refined luxury. The brand’s flagship boutique on Place Vendôme in Paris continues to be a beacon of sophistication, and Chaumet keeps being one of the most prestigious jewelry houses in the world.
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    About French Jewelry

    Vintage French jewelry is renowned for its exceptional craftsmanship and artistic excellence. French jewelers have a long history of mastering intricate techniques, such as filigree, enameling, and stone setting, resulting in pieces of top-notch quality and beauty.

    Timeless jewelry designs created in France transcend fashion trends. The use of classic motifs and harmonious proportions ensures that vintage French jewelry remains relevant across generations.

    In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, French jewelry was heavily influenced by the Art Nouveau movement. Between 1920s and 1930s, the Art Deco movement took over, influencing French jewelry with its geometric shapes, bold colors, and symmetrical designs.

    France is home to several prestigious jewelry houses that have made significant contributions to the world of vintage jewelry. Notable names include Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Boucheron, each with its unique style and heritage.

    Coco Chanel made a significant impact on the world of jewelry with her costume jewelry designs. Her use of faux pearls, glass, and other non-traditional materials revolutionized fashion jewelry.

    Whether you’re interested in the elegance of Art Deco or the organic forms of Art Nouveau, there’s a wide range of vintage French jewelry styles to explore and appreciate.