Boucheron Paris 1960 Andre Vassort Convertible Pendant Brooch In 18Kt Gold With 21.96 Cts In Diamonds
Convertible pendant brooch designed by Boucheron.
Magnificent piece, created in Paris France by the house of Boucheron, back in the 1960's. This incredible pendant-brooch was crafted in the jewelry atelier of Andre Vassort in solid yellow gold of 18 karats. It is a very versatile piece that can be weared as a pendant or a brooch since is suited with a movable bale and a removable hinge pins, with a safety trombone lock.
The entire surface is embellished, with an exquisite graduated French pave setting composed by 250 round brilliant cut diamonds, with a combined weight of 21.96 carats, E/F color, VS-1 Clarity.
Has a total weight of 41.3 Grams and a measurements of 42 mm by 55 mm (1.65 x 2.16 Inches).
Stamped with French hallmarks; the eagle's head for the guaranty of the 18kt gold, the maker's maitre cartouche AJV and signed, "BOUCHERON OR .750 AJV".
Literature: BOUCHERON, HISTOIRE D'UNE DYNASTIE DE JOAILLIERS, By Gilles Neret, Pont Royal Pp-180 and 201, for similar examples.
Note: The Mo. Andre Vassort atelier, was located in Paris 2, 34 rue Sainte Anne. He collaborate very closely with VCA between the 1950’s and 1980’s, the workshop operations was ceased in the 1990's.
Note: The maker’s cartouche AV, is associated to the 1960's mark for the atelier of the master jeweler, maitre Andre Vassort.
It is in perfect condition, with stunning great look
INVENTORY REF: P0000MCNNM/.9927