Fine jewellery house founded by Lorenz Bäumer
The only independent jeweller on Place Vendôme (at number 19), Lorenz Bäumer has been creating for 30 years. Always ready to embark on a new creative and revolutionary adventure, he gives free rein to his unbridled creativity to create, surprise and sublimate. He is particularly fond of this Place Vendôme heritage.
Born in Washington to diplomat parents, Lorenz Bäumer's childhood featured a lot of travel. After graduating from the Ecole Centrale de Paris, his engineering qualification made him a pioneer in the use of new techniques and new materials. He quickly established himself as one of the greatest jewellers of the 21st century.
Spotted by the most famous houses, Lorenz Bäumer was the artistic director of Chanel jewellery for 20 years and then worked on the launch and development of Louis Vuitton for 10 years. In 2010, the designer was selected by the royal family of Monaco to create the jewel for the wedding of Princess Charlene Wittsock and Prince Albert II. He created for her the famous "Ecume de diamants" tiara.
A lover of the arts in all its forms, he has designed for many houses and has collaborated with many others such as Hermès, Cartier, Piaget, Bréguet, Baccarat, Nathalie Blanc and Guerlain, for whom he designed the famous red G and the bee perfume bottle.
From his eponymous house at 19 Place Vendôme, Lorenz Bäumer continues to celebrate femininity with audacity. There, he challenges with talent the codes of jewellery, dares and innovates constantly in an avant-garde style.