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Each Boucheron ring is not just precious, it is loaded with symbolism. These creations in gold, diamonds and precious stones, crafted by The House of Boucheron, all tell the story of the origins and inspirations of the first jewellers in Paris' upmarket Place Vendôme. These rings are now iconic pieces of jewellery.
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Solitaires and wedding rings

Like their other rings, Boucheron's solitaires and wedding rings are inspired by nature and Paris. One example is the Pivoine ring, in white gold and diamonds, which depicts a stylised flower and personifies the love knot. The Pont de Paris solitaire is a direct reference to the famous poem by Guillaume Apollinaire. 
Solitaires and wedding rings

Eternal flowers

Observation, inspiration, creation... and innovation: in 2018, for its 160th anniversary, the Place Vendôme jeweller took full advantage of the latest digital printing technologies to reproduce 500 petals of 9 real flowers and turn them into a collection of rings. Thanks to a secret process, the petals are secured and lacquered, and surround with beautiful central stones.  
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Ring collections inspired by nature


Since 1837, the House of Boucheron has expressed its free spirited aesthetic in its jewellery creations, as demonstrated in its collections of rings. "It's up to each woman to find the one that best reflects her personality and asserts her style": a statement which is particularly true of the Collection of Animals, but equally as applicable to all of Boucheron rings. Boucheron's menagerie has been a feature of their jewellery since 1966, and they are constantly expanding their gallery of fabulous creatures to decorate their gold rings adorned with diamonds and precious gems. See for instance the joyful temperament of "Hopi" the hummingbird pecking at a yellow beryl as it spreads its diamond-set wings, the courage of "Fuzzy" the leopard with his emerald eyes, the tenderness and mischief of "Hans" the hedgehog set in a ring with a rounded diamond-tipped motif... Boucheron plays with shapes, golds, stones and the expertise of its craftsmen to offer women a wonderful collection of beautiful rings, which are at the same time subtle and symbolic. Animals, and nature in general, have always inspired the House of Boucheron's designers. One of the best illustrations of this is the Nature Triomphante collection, and in particular the Diamond Pansy Ring, in 18-carat white gold, set with 3 rose-cut diamonds and 437 round diamonds. Not just a piece of jewellery, the pansy has been the House’s hallmark flower since 1875 as in the eyes of Frédéric Boucheron it symbolises commitment and affection.

Bohemian Snake, Boucheron's iconic ring


First released by the workshops in 1968, the Serpent Bohême ring has become much more than a bestseller; it's one of the great jewellery classics. It embodies both sophistication and freedom of thought, as well as an artistic ideal: the quest for a simpler and more beautiful world. Is simple really an appropriate description when referring to the Serpent Bohême collection - for, like a reptile, their jewellery has undergone so many transformations? On the face of it, yes: the rings do take on a basic shape, a tear drop or a snake's head, sometimes two, sometimes three. But each model also represents the unparalleled dedication of Boucheron’s goldsmiths, their painstaking care and delicacy of touch, whether circling a diamond with gold beads or setting a mother-of-pearl, turquoise, carnelian, or even malachite.

Boucheron reinvents Paris with its Quatre rings


While we're on the topic of the House of Boucheron'siconic rings , now is the perfect time to mention Quatre: the ring composed of four bands, four metals and four designs, as one of the brand's must-have items. Available in six collections since its creation in 2004, the Quatre ring is also a nod to Boucheron's Parisian history, marked especially by the Clou de Paris motif inspired by the capital's cobblestones. The city and its architecture are another source of inspiration for the House's designers. Architecture being also the name of one of their collections. This collection includes the Vendôme solitaire in white gold and diamond, edged with black lacquer and the Damier ring, a cabochon directly influenced by the pure lines and artistic forms of the Art Deco movement.