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Boucheron Paris

Since its earliest days, Boucheron Paris carved out a place for itself among the great names of French luxury in the exclusive world of designer jewelry. Though he started with little capital and a small stock of jewelry, Frédéric Boucheron quickly attracted Parisian trendsetters’ attention after founding his shop in 1858. This is greatly due to Boucheron’s innovative style and the excellence of his designs, the quality of which has always been lauded by experts throughout the eras. Among his specialties were lacy gold metalwork embellished with diamonds, engraved diamonds, and delicate plique-à-jour enameling. Four generations of the Boucheron family have helped the brand become a worldwide leader in the high jewelry market, expanding to more than 30 boutiques. Frédéric Boucheron’s son, Louis, assumed control of the business in 1902, and branches were opened in New York and London. Actors, royalty, and artists have been fans of Boucheron since it opened its doors almost two centuries ago, including Queen Rania of Jordan and Queen Elizabeth II, as well as affluent American families such as the Vanderbilts, the Rockefellers, and the Kennedys.