Celebrating its 160th anniversary this year, Boucheron brings two new stones to its iconic “Serpent Bohème” jewellery line: rhodolite garnet and malachite. The raspberry shine and opaque green hues of these two gemstones dazzle in snake-inspired creations, featuring teardrop gems crowned with gold beads.
Launched five decades ago, in 1968, the “Serpent Bohème” collection originally featured diamonds. Last year, Boucheron brought colour to this emblematic line by introducing amethyst, citrine, onyx, white mother of pearl and lapis lazuli.
One year later, as the French jewelry house celebrates its 160th anniversary, rhodolite garnet and malachite bring new colours to the collection. For the first time, the iconic “Serpent Bohème” pieces are available with the raspberry shine of rhodolite garnet and the opaque green hues of malachite.
The two stones are used on “Serpent Bohème” rings with S, L and Toi & Moi motifs, as well as S-motif ear studs, L-motif sleepers, XS- and L-motif pendant earrings, S- and M-motif pendant necklaces, and 6- and 16-motif long necklaces. The S-motif bracelet is only available in rhodolite garnet. All pieces are in rose gold or yellow gold.