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Chaumet celebrates Valentine’s Day with new additions to the Liens and Plume collections

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Chaumet celebrates Valentine’s Day with new additions to the Liens and Plume collections
Find meaning behind the season of love with an expanded palette for Chaumet’s Liens and Plume collections

Narrating the multi-faceted story that is romance has always been de riguer for Chaumet, and now the maison of love has slipped on the rose-tinted glasses as they launch new creations to the signature Liens and Plume collections. In commemorating the day of lovers, the new Jeux de Liens pendant and bracelet additions symbolise devotion and unity, with the iconic cross ribbon motif updated in colourways carved of pink opal and chrysoprase. Evocative of not only the intimate bond between two individuals, the brilliance of these stones is a language onto themselves, representing harmony for the former and regarded as a force of attraction and a sign of joy for the latter.

Buoyed on these passionate sentiments, Chaumet further riffs off their contrasting play of hard stones against dimensional settings with a nudge towards subtle elegance, embodied in a trio of bridal bands from the Plume collection. Reflecting a feather-inspired lightness and a classic timelessness, these engagement and wedding rings are cast in platinum and embellished with brilliant-cut diamonds — an eternal promise immaculately crafted for lovebirds looking to seal their commitment. And just like the renewing power of love, the latest renditions of the Liens and Plume uniquely interprets every couple's love story, casting a fresh light on the meaning of romance.

Chaumet Liens and Plume collections

The new Liens and Plume collections are available at Chaumet boutiques.

Angelyn Kwek

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