Wedding band in white gold
Frédéric Boucheron, deeply in love with his wife, gave her a necklace representing a snake on the eve of one of his trips away. The protecarative animal watched over her when her husband was absent, and was a promise of a happy life. Since then, it has become a symbol of love and protecaration for all Boucheron women; a pledge of eternal attachment.
The wedding band Serpent Bohème is the promise of a happy life beside one's beloved.
In 1883, Grand Duke Alexei, a loyal Boucheron customer, buys an amazing emerald and diamond peacock feather necklace. It is called the 'question mark' because of its innovative shape that wraps around the wearer's neck without needing to be fastened, giving the woman freedom as well as enhancing her beauty. Designed by Frédéric and the head of his workshop, Paul Legrand, this asymmetrical piece is of an unprecedented modernity and will form part of the collection that will win the Gold Medal at the World's Fair in 1889.Discover all of the Boucheron moments