Boucheron diamond and gold clip earrings, French, circa 1950.
Boucheron diamond and gold clip earrings. A matching pair, each set with thirty one round mixed old cut diamonds in open back claw settings, sixty two in total with a combined approximate weight of 5.80 carats, to a pierced bombé cluster design featuring circular openwork, polished edges and round open backholing, fitted to reverse with a secure hinged clip fitting, approximately 2.2cm in diameter. Marked 18 carat yellow gold and platinum, signed 'BOUCHERON, PARIS', maker's mark for André Vassort, French, circa 1950.
André Vassort became one of the most recognised and famous craftsmen of high-quality French jewellery in the mid-20th Century. He worked for many famous jewellery houses including Boucheron.