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Boucheron Art Déco Bar Brooch
Boucheron, 1920s

18 Kt and platinum art deco bar brooch set with diamonds.

Regular price $22,200 USD
Regular price Sale price $22,200 USD
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Brand: Boucheron

Metal: 18K Gold, Platinum 950

Stone Details: Old-cut diamond weighing approx. 1.30 carats, with baguette and princess-cut diamonds for a total of approx. 1.80 carats

Dimensions: 60 mm

Weight: 6.73 g

Circa: 1920s
Reference: BVJ673 View full details
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Boucheron

The House of Boucheron is a French family dynasty founded by Frederic Boucheron in 1858, with the opening of his first store in the Galerie de Valois, at Palais-Royal, during the heyday of the Second French Empire. He created his atelier in 1866 and a year later won the Gold Medal during the Exposition Universelle (1867). In 1893, Frédéric Boucheron became the first jeweller to move to Place Vendôme. Legend has it that he chose 26 Place Vendôme, where Boucheron remains to this day, because it was the sunniest corner of the square. He believed that the diamonds in the windows would sparkle all the more brilliantly.

After the death of its founder Frédéric Boucheron in 1902, his descendants took over the business. In 1994, the family business shifted to a more global approach with its selling out to Schweizerhall. The House of Boucheron was then acquired by former Gucci in 2000, which was bought by PPR in 2004.