Nearly 50 years after its launch, Boucheron Serpent Bohème collection has been reinvented with colorful, transparent, and hard gemstones.
In 1888, Frédéric Boucheron, deeply in love with his wife Gabrielle, gave her a necklace representing a snake on the eve of one of his trips away. The protective animal watched over her when her husband was absent. Since then, it has become a symbol of love and protection and acquired the status of Talisman of the Boucheron Maison.
The Serpent Bohème jewelry collection is dedicated to the iconic Boucheron serpent, protective spirit and symbol of eternity. Delicately sculpted and polished, gold enhances the brilliance of diamonds.
This year, the Serpent Bohème line renews itself with the colored stones. The amethyst, the citrine, the onyx, the mother-of-pearl and the lapis lazuli are declined in rings, pendants and bracelets and offer infinite opportunities to the person who wears them.
Set with citrine and crowned with gold beads, the spellbinding aesthetic of the SERPENT BOHÈME LONG NECKLACE embodies the free spirit and subversive power of Boucheron.
Underscored by the intensity of the lapis lazuli crowned with gold beads, the serpent unveils a precious, chiseled body of sensual ripples. Created in 1968, Serpent Boheme went through the years and became one of the most iconic collection of the luxury Maison. On its twisted chain, the head of the snake is symbolized by a drop set with diamonds and crowned with gold beads. The honeycomb design allows the light to pass through, giving the stones even more sparkle. In yellow gold, this long necklace embodies the subversive power of the Maison Boucheron.
Bold and feminine, the new Boucheron Serpent Bohème pink tourmaline creations can be discovered exclusively at Selfridges London.