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Boucheron Paris Art Deco Diamond and Black Enamel Brooch


Created in the Art Deco period of 1920s Paris, this brooch by Maison Boucheron features diamonds and black enamel set in platinum and 18K gold. Designed as a stylized arrow, the shaped opaque black enamel body is surmounted and tipped with openwork platinum and diamond elements, enhanced by millegrain accents. This classic high Art Deco jewel with its disciplined focus on form and direction remains strikingly chic and modern, an artistic ornament for a gown strap, chic hat or updo.


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Item #: BO-20689
Artist: Boucheron, Paris
Country: France
Circa: 1920s
Dimensions: 3.25" length, 0.75" width 
Materials: 63 old European-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 1.20 carats); Black Enamel; Platinum; 18K gold
Signed: Boucheron Paris, French maker and assay marks

While less prolific than Cartier, Boucheron remained at the avantgarde of French jewelers of the 1920s, winning prizes at the 1925 Exposition International des Arts Decoratifs et Industrielles for their design achievements.