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BOUCHERON

Boucheron eyewear is divided in 3 lines, each of them representing the quintessential of Haute Lunetterie. Highly recognizable timeless collections to enhance feminine beauty and elegance with modern jewelry design for strong personalities driven by emotions. There is gold or palladium finishing on all Boucheron eyewear metal parts providing excellent resistance and preciousness. Boucheron eyewear key messages: Strong aesthetic identity, Modern jewelry design, Haute lunetterie masterpieces.

Boucheron was the first jewelry House to move to the prestigious Place Vendôme in 1893, where it continues to perpetuate French high jewelry’s tradition of excellence. Each creation is an expression of its ability to capture the spirit of the age and reinterpret its rich heritage. Famous for its expertise in precious stones and savoir-faire in creating High Jewelry, jewelry and watches, the Maison Boucheron continues to expand its iconic collections, with new creations that revive Boucheron’s signature motifs.

Frédéric Boucheron opened his first Gallerie de Valois boutique in Paris, under the arcades of the Palais Royal, the center of Parisian luxury at the time. It marked the beginning of an extraordinary adventure that has lasted for 160 years. He was one of the favorite jewelers of the most influential men and women of his time. With its know-how from 1858, Boucheron takes constant inspiration from the legacy of its heritage to create audacious and contemporary jewelry pieces. Its vision, free spirit, bold and modern design celebrate the most memorable of moments. Its creations offer grace, light, strength and timelessness.

Elegance and style distinguish the new Boucheron Eyewear Collection with alluring shapes and details inspired by the Maison’s jewelry creations. Merging timeless appeal and modern aesthetic, the Serpent Bohème theme remains consistent with its romantic, bohemian spirit interpreting the subtle shape and texture of the snake emblem. A double drop motif in colored enamel, enhanced with a faceted effect, adorns a stylish sunglass design in jewel tones, while the delicate twisted chain seen on the Serpent Bohème is reproduced with the lost wax technique along the temples of an elegant optical style.