The exhibit runs from April 10 to June 12.
Chaumet drew on architecture, Boucheron sought to capture the lightness of air and Cartier borrowed patterns in the natural world.
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A sword encrusted with 2,300 diamonds and a solid gold Legion of Honor star created by Chaumet are some of the highlights of this exhibition.
The luxury group announced on Thursday its support of the professional inclusion program, which helps refugee artisans work their craft in their adopted country.
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