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Boucheron Paris Ruby and Diamond Flower Earrings


Made in the 1960s, these bombé-form, clip-back flower earrings from Boucheron Paris have domed centers, set with over four-and-a-half carats of beautifully-matched rich red rubies surrounded by six carats of round brilliant-cut diamonds. The blossoms’ naturalistic form is suggested by the way the densely clustered rubies are framed asymmetrically by sparkling petals of differing diamond cuts. Modeled to hug the ear, these gemmy jewels bring sparkle and warmth to the eyes and face.


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Item #: ER-19208
Artist: Boucheron Paris, London
Country: England
Circa: 1960s
Size: 1” diameter
Materials: 32 Round-cut rubies (approximate total weight 4.60 carats); 30 Round brilliant- and 16 marquise-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 6.10 carats); 18K Gold; Platinum; Together with original fitted box
Signed: "Boucheron London 3316"

Still remaining in family hands after World War II, Boucheron would have been able to call on its strong multi-generational relations with premier international gem dealers to source these superbly matched, rare rubies.