Channel your inner Parisian with this exquisite Chaumet brooch, created to mark the opening of an ephemeral museum celebrating the Maison’s extraordinary history. Available in a limited edition of just five pieces, the Epi de Blé brooch design is inspired by the naturalistic jewels that propelled Chaumet to the forefront of the Belle Époque era of jewellery design. The diamond-studded wheatsheaf echoes the windswept motif on the Epi de Blé tiara made by Chaumet in 1811 for Empress Marie-Louise - the second wife of Napoléon Bonaparte. Crafted from yellow gold and brown rhodium-plated yellow gold with a satin effect, the brooch is set with 2.18ct of brilliant-cut white diamonds. Founded in 1780 by Marie-Étienne Nitot, who went on to become the official jeweller to Napoleon I, Chaumet now has offices in Paris, New York and London, and continues to create jewels that sit at the pinnacle of craftsmanship and design.