-Boucheron Paris Modernist Ring In 18Kt Gold With 1.94 Ctw In Diamonds And Rubies
-Boucheron Paris Modernist Ring In 18Kt Gold With 1.94 Ctw In Diamonds And Rubies
-Boucheron Paris Modernist Ring In 18Kt Gold With 1.94 Ctw In Diamonds And Rubies
-Boucheron Paris Modernist Ring In 18Kt Gold With 1.94 Ctw In Diamonds And Rubies
-Boucheron Paris Modernist Ring In 18Kt Gold With 1.94 Ctw In Diamonds And Rubies
-Boucheron Paris Modernist Ring In 18Kt Gold With 1.94 Ctw In Diamonds And Rubies
-Boucheron Paris Modernist Ring In 18Kt Gold With 1.94 Ctw In Diamonds And Rubies
-Boucheron Paris Modernist Ring In 18Kt Gold With 1.94 Ctw In Diamonds And Rubies
-Boucheron Paris Modernist Ring In 18Kt Gold With 1.94 Ctw In Diamonds And Rubies
-Boucheron Paris Modernist Ring In 18Kt Gold With 1.94 Ctw In Diamonds And Rubies
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-Boucheron Paris Modernist Ring In 18Kt Gold With 1.94 Ctw In Diamonds And Rubies

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Modernist cocktail ring designed by Boucheron.

Beautiful colorful piece created in France by the iconic Parisian jewelry house of Boucheron. This ring was carefully crafted with modernist patterns in solid yellow gold of 18 karats with polished finish. Mounted with a great selection of fifteen natural earth mined diamonds and a superb large red ox-blood coral from the Mediterranean sea, close to Sardinia.

Diamonds: Mounted in grain setting, with 21 calibrated round brilliant cut diamonds, 1.10 carats, white colorless E/F color, VS-2 clarity.

Rubies: Mount in channel settings, with 12 calibre cut of natural intense red rubies, with 0.84 carats.

Weight: 8.90 grams, (5.75 Dwt).

Size: 6.25 and may be resized on request.

Measurements: 23 mm by 11 mm (0.91 x 0.43 Inches) and raise 5mm over the finger.

Hallmarks: Stamped with French marks: the head of the eagle for the assay and warranty of the 18kt gold, the maker's maitre mark Ste B. associated to Societe Boucheron, the serial numbers and signed , "BOUCHERON OR .750 A106-513". 

Boucheron

Frédéric Boucheron founded the Maison Boucheron in Paris in 1858. To this day, the Boucheron jewelry house is known for its intricate, free spirited style. Boucheron designs are always creative and display outstanding French craftsmanship and characterful stones. He quickly became well known for the exceptional quality of his precious stones. Around 1880, he was the first modern jeweler bold enough to engrave diamonds with flowers or arabesques, reviving an engraving technique that had been forgotten since ancient times. Always avant-garde and seeking modernity, in 1879 the jeweler devised the Question Mark necklace, which, for the first time ever, would be worn asymmetrically and would not have a clasp. Far from entrapping the jewel and those who wore it in some stranglehold, Boucheron liberated both the jewelry and the women, without resorting to ideology. He became the jeweler of free and independent women. In 1893, Frédéric Boucheron was the first of the great contemporary jewelers to open a boutique on place Vendôme. It was this move that gave meaning to the beginnings and to what followed. In this case, that of four generations of Boucheron, who, in the space of 160 years, built a style, a reputation, a know-how. This balance between perfect technical mastery and limitless artistic talent lies at the origin of each creation. Just as one sees the qualities of a stone before it is cut, or senses the radiance of a jewel before it is shaped, so Boucheron conceived of French jewelry before it existed.

Collateral: This ring is accompanied by a presentation jewelry box.

Condition: The overall condition of this ring is excellent. Beside the little normal wear, there is no damage to the gold. The gemstones are secured in the settings. This bracelet has been carefully inspected to guarantee the condition and authenticity.

INVENTORY REF: R121123ATNM/.2763


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