- Worked in a distinctive sculptural/figural style (bijoux sculptes)
- Birth of François-Désiré Froment (1802-1855) son of Francois Froment.
- Goldsmith François Froment's widow married her husband's partner, Goldsmith Pierre Meurice, and their workshop continued as Froment-Meurice.
- Francois-Désiré takes over the workshop.
- Emile Froment-Meurice (1837-1913) is born.
- Silver Medal at Exposition des produits de l'Industrie Nationale.
- Gold Medal at the industrial exhibition in Paris for Gothic inspired items.
- Gold Medal at the 11th industrial exhibition.
- Council Medal (highest honor) London World Exhibition.
- Queen Victoria buys for her personal collection.
- Death of François-Désiré.
- Posthumous honorary medal at the Paris World Exhibition.
- The workshop continued after his death, until c.1907.
- Emile takes over the firm.
- Emile is known more for the decorative arts not joaillerie and bijouterie.
- Gold Medal - Paris World Exhibition.
- Paris World Exhibition Grand Prix for jewelry.