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Antique & Vintage Earrings

Vintage Boucheron Hoop Earrings with Box

£3,700.00

Magnificent Boucheron earrings

These classic ridged half hoops earrings are crafted in 18 carat yellow gold

They are clip earrings that sit securely and comfortably on the ear

These vintage designer earrings come in their original blue leather silk lined presentation box

The ultimate in French elegance these gorgeous vintage Boucheron hoop earrings look stunning when worn

  • Signed Boucheron and marked 750 (18ct gold) and numbered 3556
  • They are 22.5mm (7/8) long 9mm ( 3/8″) wide
  • Clip backs for non pierced ears
  • They weighs 13 grams
  • They date to the 1960s
  • These earrings are in excellent condition
  • These vintage boucheron hoop earrings come in their original presentation box illustrated
  • our ref: 23249

See more beautiful vintage earrings

Boucheron

Founded in 1858 by Frédéric Boucheron (1830 1902). Boucheron is now one of the world’s most prestigious jewellery makers “joaillière”  “bijoutière “. Boucheron was the first great jeweller to move to  -Place Vendome; and can now be found at three addresses in Paris France; 26 place Vendome – 40 Boulevard Haussmann – 64 Boulevard Haussmann. Boucheron like other great French jewellers, such as, Cartier, Van Cleef and Arpels, Vever, and Chaumet, made their reputation by selling tiaras, corsages brooches and elaborate collars to the rich and famous Parisians. Boucheron moved with the changing times and by the end of the1800s was producing fabulous and highly original pieces using innovative materials – for example, plique-a-jour enamel and gold combined with base metals. After Frédéric Boucheron died in 1902 the business was continued by his son Louis. In 1893 Boucheron opened a shop in Moscow, then in 1907 a shop was founded in London. In 1921, Boucheron was commissioned to make a tiara for Lady Greville which was later given to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Boucheron jewellery exhibits a distinctive style with a strong tendency towards formality, boldness and colour. Some of the companies Art Deco jewellery and their range of hard stone pieces display fantastic imagination married to fabulous technical skill

 

 

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    Magnificent Boucheron earrings

    These classic ridged half hoops earrings are crafted in 18 carat yellow gold

    They are clip earrings that sit securely and comfortably on the ear

    These vintage designer earrings come in their original blue leather silk lined presentation box

    The ultimate in French elegance these gorgeous vintage Boucheron hoop earrings look stunning when worn

    • Signed Boucheron and marked 750 (18ct gold) and numbered 3556
    • They are 22.5mm (7/8) long 9mm ( 3/8″) wide
    • Clip backs for non pierced ears
    • They weighs 13 grams
    • They date to the 1960s
    • These earrings are in excellent condition
    • These vintage boucheron hoop earrings come in their original presentation box illustrated
    • our ref: 23249

    See more beautiful vintage earrings

    Boucheron

     

    Founded in 1858 by Frédéric Boucheron (1830 1902). Boucheron is now one of the world’s most prestigious jewellery makers “joaillière”  “bijoutière “. Boucheron was the first great jeweller to move to  -Place Vendome; and can now be found at three addresses in Paris France; 26 place Vendome – 40 Boulevard Haussmann – 64 Boulevard Haussmann. Boucheron like other great French jewellers, such as, Cartier, Van Cleef and Arpels, Vever, and Chaumet, made their reputation by selling tiaras, corsages brooches and elaborate collars to the rich and famous Parisians. Boucheron moved with the changing times and by the end of the1800s was producing fabulous and highly original pieces using innovative materials – for example, plique-a-jour enamel and gold combined with base metals. After Frédéric Boucheron died in 1902 the business was continued by his son Louis. In 1893 Boucheron opened a shop in Moscow, then in 1907 a shop was founded in London. In 1921, Boucheron was commissioned to make a tiara for Lady Greville which was later given to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Boucheron jewellery exhibits a distinctive style with a strong tendency towards formality, boldness and colour. Some of the companies Art Deco jewellery and their range of hard stone pieces display fantastic imagination married to fabulous technical skill

     

     

     

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    Designer Earrings

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    Boucheron