I'm more interested in seeing art nouveau jewery and glass, threr
must be alot of that to see, isn't there?
If someone has a whole day to spend, I would suggest Galleries
Lafayette. First floor has a good representation of jewelry
designers. They even have a De Beers store, but the jewellery is
somewhat pedestrian. After that proceed to Opera, and from Opera take
a rue de La Paix, which leads to Place Vendome.
Rue de La Paix and Place Vendome is the largest concentration of top
jewellery houses on this planet. ( in my opinion ). Going from store
to store will take your whole day.
If you get hungry, may I recommend Le Celadon, which is accessed
from Westminster Hotel. A bit pricey, but well worth it.
Musee des Arts Decoratifs is another option. However, I do not care
much for lighting in this museum. In their quest to prevent you from
taking photos, the lighting conceals more then it reveals. There is
also a modest section in Louver, in Richelieu wing, but from jewelers
perspective, is not very interesting. If you going right now, there is
an exhibition of Royal Garments and Jewellery in Versalles.
When one talks about Paris, it is impossible to name just one place