Solitaire set with a pear-shaped diamond in yellow 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 protective 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 protection for all Boucheron women; a pledge of eternal attachment.A modern and iconic solitaire of the Maison, real engagement sign, which will sublimate the hand of the beloved woman.More detail
The Mary Ethel Burns collection is one of the most spectacular ever created by Boucheron.
For her engagement, the father of the young woman who was to become Lady Harcourt accompanied his daughter to the Maison’s boutique so that she could compose her wedding chest. An adoring father, Walter Hayes Burns wanted her to have the most beautiful trousseau ever seen and instructed his daughter to choose and order all of the jewels she dreamed of. It is said that Mary spent several days in the boutique, selecting the most exquisite jewels and sparkling stones.