A Diamond and Enamel Clip Brooch, 'Eglantine', Boucheron, Circa 1959

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    • Flower centre and leaves decorated with brilliant-cut diamonds, stem set with baguette diamonds, totalling approximately 1.70 carats

    • Petals applied with enamel

    • With interchangeable enamel flowerhead

    • With French assay marks

    • Platinum, 18 karat yellow and white gold

    • Signed Boucheron Paris and numbered 1B373

    With signed pouch for extra interchangeable flower head.

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    The present brooch designed as a pink guilloche enamel flowerhead and diamond pistils with an interchangeable blue enamel petals represents beautiful and sensual designs in the 1950s from the House of Boucheron. The timeless style of versatile and wearable jewels has lasted the test of time and remain very much in fashion today.

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    The famed jewellery house Boucheron was founded in 1858 by the eponymous Frédéric Boucheron, master jeweller and gem expert. Boucheron was the first jewellery house to appear at the celebrated Place Vendôme, Paris, where the house still exists to this day.

    Boucheron jewels have been exhibited throughout time at some of the most important jewellery expositions, including the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial, the 1889 and 1900 Expositions Universelles (World Fairs) in Paris and the 1925 Exposition des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. With salons located all over the world, Boucheron jewellery continues to be known for its elegant designs and superior finishes.

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A Diamond and Enamel Clip Brooch, 'Eglantine', Boucheron, Circa 1959

鑽石配珐瑯彩別針, 'Eglantine', 寶詩龍, 年份約1959, 附另一個珐瑯彩配件

HK$48,000 - 68,000 

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Hong Kong Auction 27 May 2019