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Boucheron Paris Art Deco Diamond Bracelet


An Art Deco jewel by Maison Boucheron Paris, this platinum and diamond bracelet dates from the mid to late 1920s. The bracelet is designed as a flexible strap set with fields of round-cut diamonds surrounding pyramidal motifs and edged by diamond baguettes, all joined by pairs of subtly arched bar links. This masterful bracelet in the late Deco style is a luminous and intricately patterned composition in white light and geometry.

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Item #: BA-20189
Artist: Boucheron, Paris 
Country: France
Circa: 1925-1930
Size:  7.75” length x 0.75” width
Materials: 230 old European and single-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 21.00 carats); 160 baguette-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 16.00 carats);  6 trapezoid-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 1.50 carats); 18 triangle-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 5.70 carats) with a G/H/I color grade and VS clarity; Platinum; 18K gold; With fitted Boucheron Box
Signed: BOUCHERON, with French assay marks for platinum and gold, poinçon for Fringhian, St. An. Achod et Fils.
Literature: For examples of Boucheron Paris jewels in an “all-white palette”, characterized by strong patterned design created by a variety of fancy-cut diamonds including trapezoids, squares, baguettes and trillion cuts, see Boucheron: Le Joailles du Temps, by Gilles Néret, Lausanne: Edita, S.A., 1992, p. 86, fig . 172

In the late 1920s, Art Deco jewelry designers returned to an all-white palette. Jewels became more voluminous, referencing the vocabulary of the dynamic new architecture of the period with its wealth of stylized geometric motifs drawn from historic sources, including chevrons, zigzags, and pyramids. Among the great French jewelry houses, Boucheron was one the most creative and successful proponents of this major international style.