Simply translated, liens means link in French, and in the case of Chaumet, is the subject of today’s post; it is something that happens to be one of the French jeweller’s core pillars over its 253-year history.
Encompassing a huge selection of jewellery pieces from necklaces to earrings, we’ll just focus on the baubles that adorn the hand for now, great for those on the lookout for that something extra special come Valentine’s Day or when it’s time to get her to say ‘I do’.
The lien, or the link, takes centrestage on the rings and bands, with either a single or dual link, symbolically linking up both ends and completing the circle as some might say. They come in many forms, from simple 18-carat rhodium-plated white gold bands (first row, 4th from left) to a thick white gold band adorned with a diamond-set link (second row, 1st from left) that looks ample on the finger and makes a statement all by itself.
The most indulgent of the range featured above? The Premier Liens ring in white gold that’s diamond-paved with 38 brilliant-cut sparklers (second row, 4th from left) which retails for SGD7910, quite the proposal ring for those not big on huge singular rocks.
Priced between SGD2540 and SGD8010, you can check them all out for yourself, along with some more pieces in ceramic, adorned with diamond links that are also a sight to behold. And for those who are really keen, you’ll find Chaumet at both ION Orchard and Marina Bay Sands as far as Singapore (and South-East Asia) is concerned.
BB, any idea where to get the best deal for Chaumet considering all the taxes etc? (FB)