The second part of our Boucheron feature looks at the development of the firm from the Post-War period until the present day.
A Brief History of Boucheron - Part I
Discover more about the House of Boucheron in this two-part feature.
Beautiful Baguette Cut Rings
The baguette cut, from the French for ‘long rod’, is typically a slender rectangular cut with parallel facets, first developed in the 1920s.
Be My Valentine
Find something special for your Valentine in our collection of antique and vintage jewellery.
A History of the Heart Shape Motif
Read about the development of the definitive symbol of love...
Amethyst. The essence of the colour purple.
Discover facinating colour and history of February's birthstone.
Old Mine Cut Diamonds
Part III in our history of diamond cuts
Victorian Carved Half Hoop Rings
Rich yellow gold and flashes of colour and sparkle, learn more about the delightful group of Victorian carved rings...
Kashmir Sapphires - The Unparalleled Beauty
From mines now exhausted, Kashmir sapphires are known as being the very best in the world. Learn more about these incredible gems…
Old Cut Diamonds
Part IV in our history of diamond cuts