Solitaire set with a round diamond and pavé diamonds, in yellow and white gold
The Quatre Radiant Edition solitaire brings together pavé-set diamonds and the Grosgrain motif, emblematic fabric of the Parisian Haute Couture and of Frédéric Boucheron's ancestors.
Thanks to the mirror setting, the ring catches the light while the combination of the two bands demonstrates the talent of the Hands of Light craftsmen.
A graphic and original solitaire that celebrates the beauty of love’s promise.
One of the most famous jewelry auctions in the world was held in 1887, at the Louvre. The auction of the French Crown Jewels was referred to at that time as “the sale of the century”. Frédéric Boucheron, the only Frenchman amongst the attendance of the world’s most important jewelers, managed to acquire 31 diamonds and among them the celebrated Mazarin diamonds weighing respectively 18 and 16 carats, along with one of Empress Eugénie’s most beautiful jewels, for which the auction stakes skyrocketed. When word was out that Frédéric Boucheron had bought this sumptuous stone, the whole of Paris wondered who had given the acquisition order. It turned out that Frédéric had acquired it for himself so as to set it on a ring for his wife, Gabrielle, as a pledge of his eternal love. Ever since, Boucheron has been the jeweler of love and tradition has it that the most passionate of men go to the Maison to choose an engagement ring.Discover all of the Boucheron moments
So as to enhance the radiance of each stone, the Maison masters all of the existing setting techniques and invents its own, such as the mosaic setting, mirror setting and airy setting. The latter seems to magnify the stone, which appears to magically float in thin air.