A French Retro 18-karat gold bracelet with blue sapphires and diamonds by Boucheron. The flexible link bracelet has 72 cabochon blue sapphires with an approximate total weight of 2.20 carats, and old European-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 1.80 carats. The bracelet is composed of 4 dimensional half moons set with cabochon sapphires and diamonds from a double row of oval and rectangular "seed" links.
A French Late 20th Century 18 karat gold convertible necklaces/ long chain, by Soubrenie et Bois, Paris, composed of freely shaped navette form links highlighted by round briliiant-cut diamonds, joined by shaped trace link chain, separable to form nesting necklaces. The necklace has 60 brilliant-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 9.00 carats.The firm of workmasters Soubrenie et Bois manufactured for such high style Parisian makers as Cartier, Boucheron and Fred.
Signed: Soubrenie et Bois (maker''s marks), with French control marks.
A French mid-20th century 18 karat gold necklace by Frederic Boucheron. The necklace, which elegantly and seamlessly breaks apart into two wearable bracelets, is comprised of highly polished rounded triangular section links, with two mirroring section lying smoothly and luxuriously on the neck, and another section of the link vertically aligned, so as to create fabulous visual interest in the piece''s repetitive design.
A French Retro 18 karat yellow gold bracelet by Boucheron. The heavy bracelet is made of 10 polished yellow gold palmettes links.Pictured as a necklace in Boucheron La Capture de L''eclat, by Patrick Wald Lasowski, Anne-Marie Clais, Edition Cercle D''Art, 2005, page , Plate 159.
A pair of French double-sided 18 karat gold cuff links with sapphires by Boucheron. The octagonal-shaped cuff links have four cabochon sapphires with an approximate total weight of .60 carat set within a sunburst pattern.
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