Héra, the peacock ring Sapphires

Ring set with pavé round blue sapphires, two rose-cut pear-shaped blue sapphires and diamonds, in white gold

A symbol of immortality, peace and prosperity, the Peacock of a hundred eyes, like a loyal guardian, constantly charms and protects whomever it is attached to.
According to Greek mythology, the “eyes” that can be seen on the peacock’s tail were placed there by Hera.
Like Cypris, the swan, the Héra, the peacock rings can be worn in a duo, with the jewels in inverted positions on the fingers, mixing the feathers of the two peacocks.

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Mrs Mackay

Appearing 102 times in the Maison’s special order books between 1876 and 1902, Marie-Louise Mackay, a wealthy American, made the most impressive orders ever known by the Maison Boucheron. She first arrived at Boucheron with no specific creation in mind, simply asking the jeweler for an extraordinary stone. To express his love, her husband asked Frédéric Boucheron to secretly seek out the most exceptional sapphire to match the intense color of her deep blue eyes. He finally selected a 159 carat blue sapphire from Kashmir that he had set onto a necklace, which delighted Mrs Mackay, who was then said to own the world’s most beautiful sapphire. Frédéric Boucheron had already understood that the beauty of a precious stone or jewel is above all a means to highlight and enhance a woman’s radiance.

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Héra, the peacock ring Sapphires

Ring set with pavé round blue sapphires, two rose-cut pear-shaped blue sapphires and diamonds, in white gold

£19,600.00
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5 pear blue sapphires 1,42 carats
153 blue round sapphires, 2 ,61 carats
2 pear diamonds, 0,04 carats
3 round diamonds, 0,02 carats
White gold 750/1000, 13,98 g

Ref.: JRG01969


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