The emerald-cut green tourmaline, signature black trimming and the surrounding diamonds repeat the octagonal shape and architectural concept of Place Vendôme as seen from above: the noble Parisian square, surrounded by dark roofs, with its fine lacing of light-colored roof windows.
This ring, from the Vendôme Liseré fine jewelry collection, are the reimagined artistic reflections of Boucheron’s architectural codes, with their correct forms, proportions and majestic structures.
Liseré roughly translates as “trim” or “finishing” from the French and yet, there is nothing rough about these monumental rings, in which clear, transparent stones and strict shapes lay the foundation for timeless classics.
1 emerald cut 14.31-carat green tourmaline; 42 1.03-carat diamonds; white gold, 18 carats; black lacquer.
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