• 1950s Platinum Diamond Waterfall Pendant Earrings by Boucheron | Fred Leighton
  • 1950s Platinum Diamond Waterfall Pendant Earrings by Boucheron | Fred Leighton
1950s Platinum Diamond Waterfall Pendant Earrings by Boucheron | Fred Leighton1950s Platinum Diamond Waterfall Pendant Earrings by Boucheron | Fred Leighton

1950s Platinum Diamond Waterfall Pendant Earrings by Boucheron

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Antique cut pear shape diamonds totaling approximately 5 carats are suspended on cascades set with a total of approximately 11.50 carats of baguette diamonds mounted in platinum earrings which envelope the earlobe, signed Boucheron Paris with French hallmarks. Circa 1950s.

Details

MAKERBoucheron
PERIOD1950s
STYLEE-40591-FL-0-0
SERIALFL40591
Drop Length
Measurement of the length of the drop portion of a design. For earrings, measure downward from the post or the top of the wire. For a necklace or pendant, measure the drop from the chain or necklace center.
2.00 inches
Element Length
Measurement of the length of the primary element of a design at the longest point.
45.73 MM
Element Width
Measurement of the width of the primary element of a design at the widest point.
19.30 MM
Closure Type
Describes the type of clasp, closure, finding or fitting used on the piece.
Earring - Clip

$310,000USD

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About Boucheron

Founded in 1858, Frédéric Boucheron experimented with many styles and materials, creating some of the most imaginative and spectacular jewels of the 19th century. Praised for their innovative and flawless craftsmanship, Boucheron won many awards and catered to society’s elite. In 1893, Boucheron was the first jeweler to move to the prestigious Place Vendome, occupying a sunny corner where they still reside today. Their exquisite, sophisticated designs continued to draw heads of state and VIPs from near and far throughout the 20th century.