René Boivin's 'A Diamond and Gold Double Clip “Tulip” Brooch' | Jewels New York

"For me Boivin means modernity, femininity, and progressiveness. I think that they were truly ahead of their time." Phillips Jewels' Senior Specialist Eva Violante on Boivin's iconic bi-colored tulip brooch from our forthcoming sale in New York, December 2019.

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