Héra, the peacock ring Diamonds

Ring set with pavé round diamonds, two rose-cut pear-shaped diamonds and two pear-shaped blue sapphires, in white gold

A symbol of immortality, peace and prosperity, the Peacock of a hundred eyes, like a loyal guardian, constantly charms and protects whomever it is attached to.
According to Greek mythology, the “eyes” that can be seen on the peacock’s tail were placed there by Hera.
Like Cypris, the swan, the Héra, the peacock rings can be worn in a duo, with the jewels in inverted positions on the fingers, mixing the feathers of the two peacocks.

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    The peacock feather motif first appears at Boucheron in 1866. The jeweler is quite overcome by the seductive power of its graphic structure and ethereal grace. Moreover, it is while they are playing with a peacock feather that Frédéric Boucheron and his workshop manager, Paul Legrand, have the idea in 1883 to create the famous Point d'Interrogation necklace. Grand Duke Alexei Alexandrovich Romanov, known for his modern tastes, knows a good thing when he sees it and buys it immediately. Since then, new interpretations of the beautiful feather regularly feature in the High Jewelry collections. 

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    Héra, the peacock ring Diamonds

    Ring set with pavé round diamonds, two rose-cut pear-shaped diamonds and two pear-shaped blue sapphires, in white gold

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    2 pear blue sapphires, 0,06 carats
    5 rose cut pear diamonds, 0,95 carats
    150 round diamonds, 1,92 carats
    White gold 750/1000, 13,20 g

    Ref.: JRG01968


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