Chaumet, the jeweller to Napoleon, best known for its tiaras and regal jewels also has a long history of watchmaking. The house celebrates 200 years of watchmaking with a watch collection. See the video of Béatrice de Plinval talking about the exhibition. Chaumet marks two centuries of horological prowess with a collection of special watches that focus on the icons of the house, be they watches or jewellery. And the result is a collection with colourful enamel dials, jewellery shaped cases and new versions of classics such as the Class One in titanium, the Khesis with a novel material or a new guise for the elegant Dandy. I love the 'Attrape moi' watches with their pretty opal bees and iridiscent dials. The Khesis introduces a "star crystal" which is a highly-resistant material the like a star sapphire, creates the effect of a flash of light in the crystal. To highlight Chaumet's watchmaking heritage, an exhibition entitled: "Chaumet: 200 years of watchmaking" that includes the anniversary collection of new watches, will be open to the public in Chaumet's Salons on 12 Place Vendôme, Paris. The exhibition will run until the 29th July.