Sweden is not readily associated with jewelry, Lutheran Protestantism being a source of restraint and sobriety. But Stockholm positively groans with treasures.
Her brand-new micro boutique is a showcase for Frédérique Mattei’s oversized necklaces: assemblages of components gathered from all over the world.
The Beyer Museum, owned by the Beyer family, the largest Swiss watch retailers – boasts a renowned collection of clocks, automatons and watches.
The Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris has a collection of over 5,000 necklaces, bracelets, brooches and rings. A thousand of them are presented in two...
If you fancy some contemporary jewelry you will never see anywhere else, take a trip to the Elsa Vanier Gallery. A place for those in the know.
You’d think there would be a plethora of museums like this one, entirely devoted to jewelry. But that’s not the case. We talk to its founder and director...
Experience the excitement of jewelry
Sign up for the newsletter the french jewelry postSubscribe