World-renowned French jewellery house Boucheron has unveiled its latest collection, which celebrates the regal appeal of gold jewellery interspersed with rich textures.
Boucheron said its iconic codes are re-interpreted in the Quatre Collection, which embodies the excellence of the craftsman and gold sculptor. “These modern and boldly designed jewels offer a distinctively striking combination of golds and textures,” it added.
The collection is divided into four lines – Quatre Radiant Edition, Quatre Classique, Quatre White Edition and Quatre Black Edition.
The Quatre Radiant Edition celebrates the private mansion of 26 Place Vendôme, chosen as the jeweller’s headquarters by Frédéric Boucheron in 1893 for its exceptional amount of sunlight. Headlining this collection are gold rings in various designs, viewed as a celebration of pure gold – a quintessential expression of the Boucheron style.
The Quatre Classique, meanwhile, features the iconic codes of Boucheron in artistic combinations of gold: The Clou de Paris, grosgrains, mirror setting and double godron.
Joining together elegance and modernity, the Quatre White Edition line unveils, from beneath its combination of golds, a touch of radiance, which illuminates the Clou de Paris motif, while Quatre Black Edition is “innovative but classic,” according to Boucheron. The Quatre Black Collection plays with design, paying tribute to the gold-sculpting skills of the craftsman, the jeweller said.