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Jérémie Pauzié

Born in Geneva in 1716, Jérémie Pauzié moved to Russia in 1729 where he apprenticed under the jeweller Gravelot before opening his workshop in 1740. He soon gained the protection of Empress Elizabeth Petrovna and received the title of court jeweller.

His most famous imperial commission is Catherine the Great’s coronation crown, created in 1792 in cooperation with George-Friedrich Eckardt. The crown’s design consists of two gold and silver half spheres, it counts 75 pearls and 4936 diamonds designing laurel and oak leaves highlighting a 398.62 carats spinel surmounted by a diamond cross. It is now on display in the Kremlin Armoury Museum.
   
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