Chaumet’s Bee My Love Collection – Chaumet’s contribution to the save the bees campaign

A jewelry collection which promotes the protection of bees living environments

The Bee symbol was customary in Chaumet creations since the days of Napoleon Bonaparte, the most famous customer of the jewelry house .

Progressive decrease of the number of bees on the planet determined Chaumet to launch a stunning jewelry collection which warns us of the danger in the field of beekeeping. Chaumet is trying to raise awareness of the gradual disappearance of the bees.

Collection Bee My Love by Chaumet was released in parallel with “Save the Bees” campaign started by Terre d’Abeilles Association.

Inspired by ‘the power of the hive’ Chaumet Bee My Love collection features 30 magnificent high jewels in which each bee and honeycomb symbolizes strength, freedom and fragility.

More than 2,000 tiaras have been made by Chaumet since 1780. While the numbers made for royalty aren’t as prominent in the time of Napoleon Bonaparte, empress Marie-Louise and empress Josephine (all customers of Chaumet), the French jewellery maison has since moved on from Napoleonic jewels to 21st-century creations, with simpler yet equally exquisite creations, such as the two Bee My Love tiaras.

Featuring a magnificent array of rings, the Bee My Love collection has a colour, design and style for everyone, with rings in everything from blue-green tourmalines to orange sapphires and red spinels. The collection also features a more contemporary selection of stackable rings, with little bee details and simple white and yellow gold bands.

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