One of Boucheron’s icons gets a radiant remake
Introducing new editions of Quatre...
In 1858, Frederic Boucheron set out to create one of the most respected (and oldest) jewellery houses known today. Several of Boucheron codes have been embodied in every collection that has been put forward, and perhaps its most iconic range, the Quatre, represents an iconic code of the maison: architecture.
A celebration of the maison's savoir-faire and the skill of sculpting precious materials, the Quatre collection remains different yet, features a unique and classic form.
Consisting of four rings — referencing Boucheron's codes (think Grosgrain, line of Diamonds, Double Godron and Clou de Paris) — the jewels are distinctive, daring and deliver excellence with striking combinations of golds and textures.
With new interpretations refreshed for the season, the Quatre collection is expanding with new editions for Fall.
Undoubtedly the most graphic of all Quatre collections, the Quatre Radiant line features two new additions that include an openwork version of the Clou de Paris motif. Titled the new Quatre Radiant Edition ring, the pieces come adorned in yellow good with options of pavé diamonds or monochromatic.
Also, the Quatre range has brand new Red Editions that challenge Boucheron's codes with red ceramics and diamonds meant to radiate light and strength. An expression of the creative freedom instilled by Frédéric Boucheron himself, the new novelties are absolutely beautiful. Why would anyone want to do without it?
Take a closer look at the new pieces below...
The new Quatre Radiant Edition Openwork and Quatre Red Edition pieces will be available in boutiques from November 2019.
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