Place Vendome: the one Place the Great Jewellery Houses Boucheron, Cartier, Chaumet have called home
There's no other place in the world like Place Vendome. The cobbled stone streets of the First Arrondissement of Paris between the Tuileries Garden and the Opéra Garnier, are...
4 monthes ago - Luxuo
Chaumet Paris Reopens The 12 Place Vendôme Flagship Hôtel Particulier
Leonie Hanne Reopening its brand-new refurbished flagship at the 12 Place Vendôme in Paris, on 29 th February 2020, the high-end jewelry and watchmaker's, Chaumet hôtel...
5 monthes ago - Luxuo
5 things you never knew about wedding rings
Any bride- or groom-to-be will know that picking the right engagement or wedding ring can feel almost as overwhelming as planning the actual wedding itself. Between designs and...
11 monthes ago - LifestyleAsia
5 interesting myths and facts to know about wedding rings
Hong Kong's wedding season is about to start, and whether you're looking for an engagement ring to pop the question or a pair of wedding bands to signify your love and...
11 monthes ago - LifestyleAsia
Chaumet reaches for the stars with its new Les Ciels de Chaumet High Jewellery collection
One year ago - LifestyleAsia
The last minute jewellery gifts to get for Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and for some of us, it's another opportunity for planning out the best dates. Everything has to be perfect, from finding the...
One year ago - LifestyleAsia - 4 articles
Chaumet Unveils A Temporary New Address At 165 Boulevard Saint-Germain
Chaumet a Parisian jeweller since 1780, temporarily moves to, hôtel particulier at 165 Boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris.
One year ago - Luxuo
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Dachshund's incredible journey home via New Zealand thwarted on last leg
Sea dog Pip travelled from North Carolina, through Auckland to Australia, but gets stuck in Melbourne on last leg home.
Two donkeys for sale, new owner must also take historic Southland tavern
You could be the proud owner of a historic Southland pub, and two donkeys called Honky and Henry.
Is this Japan's ‘real' food?
Most of the world will not have heard of the Ainu, let alone their food
Ginger jars: join the collector's club
An old storage vessel has found new favour as a desirable homeware.
Going once, going twice. Seven things to know about bidding at auctions
Heading to your first auction? Before you start waving around that paddle, take a look at this checklist.
7 Reasons to Say WelcomeBacktoTravel in New York's Finger Lakes Region
As more destinations around the globe reopen to travelers, we are ready to get back to one of our favorite activities. Join us over the next several weeks as we take you to...
Cooking up Travel Memories
COVID has restricted our travel plans, but we can still cherish our travel memories and relive them by cooking up these favorite dishes.
Tradie leaves Wainuiomata woman with an unfinished deck and $8000 out of pocket
She saved for the deck for more than two years but, despite going through the Disputes Tribunal, she says there is no way for her to get her money back.
New Zealand does not know how to build at an affordable price, property...
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