Although the design of this cuff is almost identical to the 1937 brooches, the addition of blue lacquer gives it a contemporary look.
This hypnotic, deep blue is also found on a 6-carat Ceylon sapphire ring, designed to cover an entire finger.
In the great tradition of wearing High Jewelry in various ways, this necklace made of diamonds, rock crystal and white gold features six different looks. The piece is adorned with the two signature Art Deco designs which may be detached and worn as a single or double brooch. The draped lower portion of the necklace, composed of four radiant strands, is also independent. It may metamorphose into a jacket adornment or cape clasp.
When considered horizontally, the double Art Deco design inspires a platinum ring set with a cushion-cut Zambian emerald of 6.25 carats.Enhanced by a fine line of green lacquer, this piece may be worn in two ways: with or without its diamond surrounding.
This ring comes with a matching pair of earrings that feature two removable emeralds, so that the design can be worn alone on the ear as desired.
Ring set with highlights a cushion-cut Zambian emerald of 6.25 carats, paved with emeralds and diamonds, with green lacquer, on platinum. Ring in the multi-wear tradition.Contact us
Earring pendants set with 2 Zambian pear-cut emeralds for a total carat weight of 8.03 ct, paved with emeralds and diamonds, with green lacquer, on platinum. Earrings pendants in the multi-wear tradition.Contact us
Boucheron's style can be seen in this ruby and diamond necklace, featuring a central ornament that may be detached and transformed into a brooch.It comes with a pair of earrings and a ring. In this reinterpretation, the royal jewel motif is elongated and takes on a new dimension, revealing a totally modern approach.
Necklace set with 17 oval Mozambique rubies for a total carat weight of 19,04 ct, paved with diamonds, on white gold. Necklace in the tradition of multi-wear.Contact us
Earrings set with 16 oval Mozambique rubies for a total carat weight of 17,35 ct, paved with diamonds, on white gold.Contact us
In a compact, monochrome version with white diamonds on white gold, the 1937 model metamorphoses into a sophisticated piece that may be worn as a barrette or brooch.
Thanks to leather ribbons, the diamond design may also be clipped in various ways to be worn as a choker or bracelet. The contrast among materials is a way to update the High Jewelry genre, propelling it into the 21st century.
Combining daintiness and strength, this transformable jewelry set juxtaposes the soft iridescence of Akoya pearls with the intense sparkle of diamonds. The three-strand necklace features a detachable Art Deco clasp paved with diamonds. This may become a hair ornament or a pair of brooches that brings inimitable elegance to a tuxedo lapel or turtleneck. Following the same principle, Claire Choisne created a pair of earrings, each featuring a lower section adorned with an Akoya pearl that may be removed in order to wear the principal portion of the piece on a different part of the ear.
Necklace with Akoya cultured pearls, paved with diamonds, on white gold. Necklace in the tradition of multi-wear.Contact us
Earrings with 2 Akoya cultured pearls of 11,65 ct, paved with diamonds, on white gold. Earrings pendants in the multi-wear tradition.Contact us
These two brooches can be pinned together or worn separately. Mega Pink is characterized by the intense pink of its tourmalines. This duo is as feminine as it is masculine.
listen to the story
Vincent Meylan recounts the fascinating story of this pair of brooches, bought by the Duke of Kent at the Boucheron boutique in London on July 31, 1937. This creation was gifted, seven years later, to Princess Elizabeth for her eighteenth birthday.