Boucheron was the first jeweller on Place Vendôme, Paris. It was in 1893 that Frédéric Boucheron moved from the arcades of the Palais Royal to number 26 of the Place Vendôme. He thus became the first jeweller to establish himself there. As such, the brand has embodied excellence in Jewelry, High Jewelry and Watchmaking for more than 150 years. Each collection draws from this history and the values of the Maison, and are a celebration of life. Like the Serpent Collection…
Boucheron’s drop earrings feature beautiful drops of the signature Serpent Bohème motif rendered from glittering garnet and diamond embellishments with a beaded border to highlight the silhouette. They sway beautifully with each movement and illuminate the face with sheer radiance.
With this 18 karat rose gold ring Boucheron pays homage to one of its iconic symbols, the snake, in a new version of a 1970 jewelry piece. The snake’s skin is represented by gold engravings that imitate its scales. The vintage allure of this Serpent Bohème ring featuring the deep red rhodolite garnet adds the perfect touch to a woman with confident style.
Boucheron’s iconic Serpent Bohème Collection is available at Boucheron boutiques and selected stores worldwide, like Bonebakker, Amsterdam.
Come into the beautiful and timeless world of Boucheron.
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very nice 🙂
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