Pendant set with pavé diamonds, in white gold.
Iconic flower of the Maison Boucheron since 1875, the pansy symbolizes the attachment and the lovely memory.
The sculpure of the gold enables the light to pass, which enhance the brilliance of the diamonds.
Timeless creation, this Pensée de Diamonds pendant will appeal the clientele of the Maison Boucheron.
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.Discover all of the Boucheron moments