From the Chef to the Master Jeweler: Hands-On Excellence

Discover the Chef and Master Jeweler’s techniques thanks to this unique course jointly organized by the Ecole Ritz Escoffier and L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts.

Event information

  • Participants
    8 people
  • Duration
    7 hours
  • Instructors
  • Language
  • Price
    € 420

During this course…

In the morning, you will be welcomed at Ecole Ritz Escoffier to discover the techniques of the greatest Chefs. While preparing two seasonal dishes, you will learn how to master the techniques of carving and cooking meat and fish with due respect to the rules of the art.

Then, you will be invited to share a pleasant moment with the Chef while enjoying the dishes you prepared.

In the afternoon, your discovery journey of the French ‘savoir-faire’ will take you to L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts to become familiar with the multiple “métiers” involved in creating a high jewelry masterpiece. Seated at the traditional and authentic jeweler's workbench, you will try out the jewelers’ gestures hands-on, and thus experience for yourself all the richness of these artistic professions.
At the end of the day, you will enjoy a pastry made by François Perret, the Pastry Chef at the Ritz Paris, served in the salons of L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts.

Your teachers

You will be accompanied by a Cooking Chef in the morning, and then by a Master Jeweler and a Stone-Setter in the afternoon; all three of them having extensive knowledge and expertise in their own field throughout their numerous years of practice.

Good to know

  • You don’t need to bring any specific equipment.
  • The program will start at Ecole Ritz Escoffier and will end at L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts.
  • Lunch is included in the program fee: it will consist of a pleasant moment with the Chef while enjoying the dishes you prepared.
  • The book The Art of the Jeweler. Excellence and Craftsmanship will be offered to you at the end of the day to take you further along the path of discovering the savoir-faire of jewelry-making techniques.