A pair of platinum- and gold-set diamond and ruby earrings by Boucheron. The earrings, housed in their original box from the mid-20th century, center on a semicircular raised cluster of 32 remarkably well matched rubies, total approximate weight 4.60 carats, surrounded by 30 round brilliant and 16 marquise-cut diamonds, approximate total weight 6.10 carats., mounted in platinum and 18 karat gold.The House of Boucheron was founded in 1858 by the young entrepreneur M. Frederic Boucheron, whose charming, generous nature and taste for daring design and superb gems attracted both the aristocracy and celebrities to his Paris salon. These bombé earclips, each composed of a tightly-set cluster of brilliant, rich red rubies within a scintillating diamond surround, represent a modern example of this classic French jeweler''s art.
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