Boucheron Ceylon sapphire and diamond cocktail ring, French, circa 1940.


£33,000

Boucheron Ceylon sapphire and diamond cocktail ring, French, circa 1940.

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 Description

Boucheron Ceylon sapphire and diamond cocktail ring. Set to centre with a cushion shape old cut natural unenhanced Ceylon sapphire in an open back claw setting with a weight of 4.86 carats, further adorned by 54 round eight cut diamonds in open back grain settings with a combined approximate weight of 1.75 carats, to an impressive cocktail ring featuring curving claws, a polished gallery and and fancy shape open backholing, leading to broad integrated shoulders with raised ridged detail and following through to a solid ridged D-shape shank. Marked rose gold and platinum, French import marks, signed ‘BOUCHERON PARIS’, accompanied with an original fitted box, circa 1940, accompanied by a Gem research Swiss lab report #GRS2022-027097.

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Gérard Boucheron (the 3rd Generation of the Boucheron family) was credited for the return to beautiful jewellery after the lapse of the war years. Gold replaced platinum as the metal of choice in these designs, and was innovatively fashioned in a variety of different shapes and textures.

Since its inception in 1858, quality and innovation have been at the forefront of Boucheron’s jewellery. Louis Boucheron felt that in order to build a reputation as a great jeweller one must use only the most beautiful of stones – a sentiment that was upheld by subsequent generations of the family. Even after the war, Boucheron would have been able to call upon their international network of gem dealers to source the finest gemstones for their pieces, as demonstrated by the striking Ceylon sapphire in this ring.

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This ring is in excellent condition.

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Boucheron Ceylon sapphire and diamond cocktail ring, French, circa 1940.
Boucheron Ceylon sapphire and diamond cocktail ring. Set to centre with a cushion shape old cut natural unenhanced Ceylon sapphire in an open back claw setting with a weight of 4.86 carats, further adorned by 54 round eight cut diamonds in open back grain settings with a combined approximate weight of 1.75 carats, to an impressive cocktail ring featuring curving claws, a polished gallery and and fancy shape open backholing, leading to broad integrated shoulders with raised ridged detail and following through to a solid ridged D-shape shank. Marked rose gold and platinum, French import marks, signed ‘BOUCHERON PARIS’, accompanied with an original fitted box, circa 1940, accompanied by a Gem research Swiss lab report #GRS2022-027097.
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