Jewelry, Watchmaking, Goldsmith

Waskoll

After a discreet beginning, they came into the limelight when they opened a jewelry at 19 rue de la Paix, in Paris – which is at the heart of the quarter known for products of the utmost luxury. What has been acknowledged in their field is that their only guide as they move along has been their passion. Whether they…

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Van Cleef & Arpels

Its emblematic signatures –such as the Alhambra® motif, the Zip necklace or the Mystery Set™ technique – its selection of Pierres de Caractère™, exceptional gems that instill an emotion, and the savoir-faire of its Mains d’Or™, the virtuoso craftsmen of Van Cleef & Arpels’ workshops, have given birth to jewelry and watchmaking collections redolent of dreams and enchantment. Today, the…

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Rubel et Ménasché

With over 60 years of experience, Rubel & Ménasché developed hand in hand with the fine jewelry Houses that have evolved from family businesses into international luxury corporate groups. It has built close ties and demanding partnerships with these prestigious Houses. Its success is due as much to its diamond expertise as to the excellence of its customized service. Rubel…

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Fred Paris

This passion was joined by a quest for the sunlight, which shaped his work. To this source of endless inspiration he added his love of the sea, whose power and splendour gave rise to several celebrated chapters in the Maison’s history. Today, Maison FRED honours its founder’s unquestioning love of sunlight and colour with its sun-infused creations, demonstrating its mastery…

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Repossi

Costantino Repossi took the helm of his father’s Italian atelier and founded the brand post war after finishing his studies in industrial design. During the fervent progression of Italy into a new modernist era, Costantino opened his first eponymous store in Turin.  His Art Deco and Avant-Garde collections were the earliest creations of the house and represented a harmonious combination…

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Martin Du Daffoy

In the heart of the historical cradle of the jewelry, keeper of secular tradition antique jewelry dealers in this Vendôme area. Attic and memory of our neighbors jewelers, our house give a second life to the most beautiful creations of past. The biggest signatures, the prestigious styles as the Art nouveau or the Art deco and exceptional historical jewels should…

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Mellerio

Mellerio is the oldest jewellery House in the world. It was created in 1515 et settled in the place Vendôme area the first in 1815 at 9, rue de la Paix. Every queen of France and Europe has been a client of the House since Marie-Antoinette. Everyday, the Mellerio family still makes true the passion and the excellence of its…

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Christofle

A silversmith since 1830, Christofle has been perpetuating its exceptional know-how by constantly updating its offer, which today spans every aspect of the art of living – the conviviality of dining, exchanges around the bar, a taste for beauty through décor, the pleasure of gifting through jewelry and accessories and, lastly, a sense of celebrating children of all ages. In…

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Piaget

Thanks to an audacious spirit and a sophisticated style, Piaget invents a new jeweler vocabulary, between wedding rings diamond-paved wedding rings, Possession Entrelacée collection and jewellery inspired by the rose Yves Piaget. In October 1992, Piaget chose the place Vendôme as case for its french flagship store. Guided by a research for aestheticism and performance, the Swiss maison, which has…

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Omega

OMEGA has served as the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games since 1932. This role has not only involved the precise timing of many different sports and disciplines, but also the consistent development and evolution of the vital equipment that today’s athletes rely on. In watchmaking, OMEGA’s history has been dedicated to a quest for perfection. This legacy continued in…

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