19 Apr Triple Threat
Jumping into Spring mode with three Belperron/Boivin beauties.
The first, a “ Tourbillon “ ring by Suzanne Belperron is all about movement. So avant-garde for a piece designed in 1945. Eighteen carat gold, set with 2.5 carats of full cut and single cut diamonds on platinum bands. A large size eight, the better to sport on a third finger or easily sized to suit.
With Certificate of authenticity from Olivier Baroin.
And as seen with a sapphire rather than center diamond on page 292 of the book on Belperron by Sylvie Raulet and Olivier Baroin.
And, a striking Belperron brooch from the same era which at 4 inches long makes a dramatic design statement on a jacket or pareo.
Diamonds set in eighteen carat gold add frisson to this abstract leaf design of which Belperron was fond. Makers marks, french marks.
And chic in this version on a hat shown in the Boivin book by Francoise Cailles on page 238 along with several other leaf brooch iterations.
And then these “ Groseiller” earrings designed for the house of Boivin by Juliette Moutard, ca. 1935. Eighteen carat white gold, pearl earrings with unusual diamond accents, in a large earring for that era at 1.25 inches long.
A pretty grey and champagne tint to the pearls with nacre and lustre in very good condition.
With the original backs, so very comfortable.
And the Certificate of Authenticity from Francoise Cailles, the Expert.
These are for sale at palatable prices. Collectible, wearable and we are vaccinated and ready to meet or ship on approval.
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