Arctic, the polar bear ring

Ring set with a facetted moonstone, pavé diamonds and two cabochon blue sapphires, in white gold

The polar bear is the emblematic terrestrial species of Artic. In fact, it is the Greek word árktos meaning bear which gave Artic it’s name. Powerful and majestic, he is considered as a protective animal that transmits its strength.

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The peacock feather motif first appears at Boucheron in 1866. The jeweler is quite overcome by the seductive power of its graphic structure and ethereal grace. Moreover, it is while they are playing with a peacock feather that Frédéric Boucheron and his workshop manager, Paul Legrand, have the idea in 1883 to create the famous Point d'Interrogation necklace. Grand Duke Alexei Alexandrovich Romanov, known for his modern tastes, knows a good thing when he sees it and buys it immediately. Since then, new interpretations of the beautiful feather regularly feature in the High Jewelry collections. 

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Arctic, the polar bear ring

Ring set with a facetted moonstone, pavé diamonds and two cabochon blue sapphires, in white gold

£50,400
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1 facetted moonstone, 7,45 carats
181 round diamonds, 5,04 carats
2 round cabochon sapphires, 0,05 carats
White gold 750/1000, 16,38 g

Ref.: JRG01972


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