French luxury jeweller Boucheron has always had a love affair with architecture. And in the most iconic way possible, the Maison has immortalised the streets of Paris in its signature Quatre Collection. First introduced in 2004, the collection picks up on street scenes and architectural details you would see as you navigate around the city of love.
Quatre aptly describes the four stackable bands that showcase the many facets of Paris through its geometric patterns — gorgeous cobblestone streets, grandiose buildings, a dramatic staircase, or perhaps a reflection of light on the Seine River. The impressive patterns form Boucheron’s captivating motifs and are constant reminders of the beauty of Paris.
Considered to be the most iconic collection from Boucheron, the Quatre Collection features four of the brand’s iconic styles: the Double Gadroon, created by Frédéric Boucheron in 1889; the Clous de Paris,
reminiscent of the clicking of high heels on the cobblestones of the Place Vendôme; the Diamond,
which features a one-of-a-kind ‘mirror-setting’ technique; and the Grossgrain, which is achieved through high precision hammering and chiselling.
Over the years, the ring has continued to re-invent itself, as evidenced by its many interpretations. The latest addition to this omnipotent family is the Red Edition, which uses red ceramic for the first time and was launched in 2018 as a sparkling symbol of Boucheron’s expansion into the East.
Founded by Frédéric Boucheron in Paris in 1858, the House’s first boutique opened in the Galerie de Valois under the arcades of the Palais Royal. Over the years, the Maison has built a lasting legacy and became an icon of luxury.
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Quatre Radiant Edition bracelet with diamonds
Quatre Radiant rings