Revolutionary and realistic as animals and flowers; graphic and minimalist as Quatre variations; lofty and immortal as Timeless creations: the uncompromising Boucheron rings reveal their bearers’ personalities as few things do.
Faithful to the purest jewelry tradition, the openwork motif of the Mehndi ring was created to obtain the most sophisticated embroidery of diamonds. As light as lace, it evokes the “Paisley” motif, created in 1878 by Frédéric Boucheron for the Maharaja of Kapurthala.
119 round diamonds 2,24 ct
White gold 750/1000 6,31 g
The geometric lines of the Goutte ring are inspired by the majestic domes emblematic of Russia's imperial cities. Thanks to the rock crystal work, the diamonds reflect a radial light that is very characteristic of northern lands.
1 pear diamond min. 0,90 ct
199 round diamonds 2,30 ct
Rock crystal 4,23 ct
White gold 750/1000 12,32 g