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Former collaborator of Fossin, one of Chaumet’s workshop foreman, François Kramer was one of Empress Eugénie Montijo’s favourite jewellers. On the occasion of Napoleon III’s wedding in 1853, he was commissioned to make four almost identical pearl and diamond shoulder brooches as part of a great pearl parure using diamonds and pearls from the national collections which had formerly comprised the Crown Jewels (Les Diamants de la Couronne). This parure was displayed at the Paris World Exhibition of 1855 among the Crown Jewels which were displayed for the first time. He later also made other jewels for the Empress such as a diamond belt with a huge clasp in the shape of a bow, which was subsequently re-worked into a stomacher brooch and is now displayed in the Louvre museum. In 1861 he was commissioned by the Neapolitan ladies to make a crown for Maria Sophia of Bavaria, Queen of Naples and of the Two-Sicilies. He retired a few years later in 1870.
   
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