Written by Olivier Bachet France, the country of jewelry, is probably the country that most rigorously controls the value and quality of precious metal pieces.
Elegantly built at 26 Place Vendôme, it is the dazzling place of Maison Boucheron
Translucent, amber in colour, spotted with brown or red markings, or pale yellow with brown or black marbling depending on the species, it was regularly used by Cartier.
However, there is one major contributor to all of these houses and more, who still remains obscure to many today – a creative force so outstanding that I feel it is an injustice that the name is not automatically synonymous with luxurious exoticism, and that is the house of VERGER!!
The experts looked at this piece with respect and admiration – and in particular the most famous of them Olivier Baroin, who was kind enough to share his impressions with us and unearth for us the too-often forgotten Aimée de Heeren, a dear friend of Suzanne Belperron, and also a great customer who dreamed of owning this necklace
WRITTEN BY FLORENCE BRABANT The most symbolic piece of jewelry “Love, eternity, forever” a few instant associations connected to the Wedding Ring, often the centerpiece of a collect
WRITTEN BY CLAUDINE SEROUSSI BRETAGNE @ARTOFTHEJEWEL Over the years there have been many books written about Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels, exhibitions too.
By Olivier Bachet Since the dawn of mankind, man has been making jewellery from shells, amber and teeth.