Gold plated brass or precious metal, set with diamonds, mounted on 18 carat gold, jewelry from the 18th to the 20th century make the ladies happy at Paul Bert Serpette. Designed by Parisian fashion houses like Chanel, Dior or Schiaparelli, they sublimate the woman by signing her silhouette. Thus Chanel declines its emblems in the ornaments created by Gripoix: butterflies, camellias, crosses or initials ... True claws, jewels are also the testimony of an era and a style like those in metal and galathin signed by the firm German Jakob Bengel in 1930 whose lines echo the aesthetics of Metropolis by Fritz Lang. The jewelery in bakelite that Joséphine Baker sported were the emblem of the Roaring Twenties. Fantastic and colorful, they participate in a fashion that does not take itself seriously. Precious stones are not to be left with Paul Bert Serpette: rubies, sapphires, diamonds or emeralds illustrate all the know-how of the mythical French jewelers of the Place Vendôme.