Jewelers routes

06 May 2021

150 years ago, when the Vendôme column fell...

At that time, no jewelers were established in Place Vendôme, as they were all still at Palais-Royal – except Gabriel Lemonnier, official jeweler to Napoleon III.

At that time, no jewelers were established in Place Vendôme, as they were all still at Palais-Royal – except Gabriel Lemonnier, official jeweler to Napoleon III.

28 January 2021

Marc Deloche at The School of Jewelry Arts

“What probably intrigued me most in this world tour was the relative nature of preciousness in different cultures. Each one has a different take on what is valuable: diamonds in the West; kingfisher feathers in China; glass beads in Africa; lacquer in Japan, and so on.”

"What probably intrigued me most in this world tour was the relative nature of preciousness in different cultures. Each one has a different take on what is valuable:...

10 December 2020

My jewelry itinerary at the Paris Saint-Ouen Flea Market

I devised this itinerary for L’Hebdo des Puces ( Saint-Ouen). This flea Market, the world’s premier antique market has always been, for me, an infinite source of inspiration and discoveries.

I devised this itinerary for L’Hebdo des Puces ( Saint-Ouen). This flea Market, the world’s premier antique market has always been, for me, an infinite source of...

21 October 2020

Marie Thevenon at The School of Jewelry Arts

“Léonard Pouy and Isabelle Delahaye (the art historian and gemologist) took me on a 3D journey through history, time and space. Those two hours – an enchanting break from these gloomy times – sped by in a flash.”

"Léonard Pouy and Isabelle Delahaye (the art historian and gemologist) took me on a 3D journey through history, time and space. Those two hours – an enchanting...
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