Ring set with pavé diamonds, in white gold.
In 1888, Frédéric Boucheron gave his wife Gabrielle a necklace representing a serpent. The Toi et Moi Serpent Bohème ring, a protective Talisman, pays homage to their love.
The gold beads that crown the head of the snakes enhance the sparkle of the diamonds.
The serpent curls around the finger and symbolizes the bond of love between two people.
Madly in love with his fiancée, Alexandra, Queen Victoria's granddaughter, the Tsar Nicolas II summoned Frédéric Boucheron to the British Royal Court and commissioned the most remarkable and original tiara ever worn. Indeed, Boucheron created a breath-taking coronet, entirely set with pearls and diamonds and requiring 2000 hours of work to complete. The Tsarevitch won Alexandra’s heart with the gift of this exceptional creation on the day of their wedding engagement in 1894. Suffering from terrible migraine headaches, the Empress insisted that only the coronet eased the pain and it thus became her totem jewel.Discover all of the Boucheron moments