Far from Paris, where the biannual high jewelry presentations are usually held, some jewelry houses took their new creations out to the world.
PARIS — As theater, shopping and cafes here gradually emerge from a long hiatus, the high jewelry presentations that traditionally accompany the season’s couture shows are back. Sort of.
Some houses, including Boucheron, Pomellato and Chaumet, scheduled by-appointment or virtual presentations. But several others chose dates over the last month and unveiled collections in destinations far from Place Vendôme, the heart of haute joaillerie. Prices for such one-of-a-kind pieces generally start at around 50,000 euros (about $60,000) and can run into many millions.
Chanel and Dior, for example, went
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