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Boucheron Paris Untreated Sapphire and Diamond Bracelet


Combining fluidity and heft, this visually complex bracelet by Boucheron Paris embodies a streamlined mid-century aesthetic. Using alternating rows of richly-hued untreated blue sapphires and graduating diamond baguettes, Boucheron Paris employs the geometric interplay of intersecting arcs and dots to create a wearable modernist tableau in gemstones and platinum.


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Item #: BA-10917
Artist: Boucheron, Paris
Circa: 1950
Size: 7" length, 0.875"-0.625" width
Materials: 65 Round- and oval-cut untreated sapphires (approximate total weight 16.45 carats); 150 Round brilliant- and baguette-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 16.65 carats); Platinum
Signed: "Boucheron"
Documentation: Together with American Gemological Laboratories (AGL) certificate #1092977, stating that the sapphires are untreated, with no evidence of enhancement, and origin is Thailand and Cambodia (Pailin)

Since the firm’s founding in 1858, Boucheron designers have been at the forefront of invention and design, leading with work like a Japanese-inspired peacock feather necklace (1878 Gold Medal), a woven gold and diamond scarf (1883), and the rediscovery of plique-à-jour enamel (patented in 1864).