A Collection of Animals

A Collection of Animals

Animals symbolize virtues, character traits, or values. They become totems when mounted on a ring, a necklace, a brooch or earrings. Set with emeralds or sapphires by Boucheron’s gifted artisans, animals become precious and exclusive companions. Hummingbird or wolf, polar bear or white swan: over 20 different species fill the bestiary of the Collection of Animals.

Cypris, the swan ring Black sapphires Ring set with pavé black sapphires, diamonds and two rubies, in blackened white gold

The only animals that choose to live and travel together for life, the swans of the Cypris, the swan ring represent perfect love. For this jewel, the Maison Boucheron took inspiration from Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake ballet in which the swan embodies grace.
The jewel seems full of movement thanks to the precision of the engraving that creates different layers of plumage.
Cypris, the swan rings offer the possibility of being worn together, head to tail on the finger, so that their sumptuous feathers interplay and transform themselves into a single, magnificent set.

174 black round sapphires, 3,62 carats
9 round diamonds, 0,14 carats
2 round rubies, 0,04 carats
Blackened white gold 750/1000, 13,41g

Cypris, the swan ring Diamonds Ring set with pavé diamonds and two rubies, in blackened white gold

The only animals that choose to live and travel together for life, the swans of the Cypris, the swan rings represent perfect love. For this jewel, the Maison Boucheron took inspiration from Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake ballet in which the swan embodies grace.
The jewel seems full of movement thanks to the precision of the engraving that creates different layers of plumage.
Cypris, the swan rings offer the possibility of being worn together, head to tail on the finger, so that their sumptuous feathers interplay and transform themselves into a single, magnificent set.

183 round diamonds, 2,75 carats
2 round rubies, 0,04 carats
Blackened white gold 750/1000, 13,64g

Pégase, the horse ring Diamonds Ring set with pavé diamonds and two cabochon sapphires, in white gold

Pegasus, the mythical winged horse, symbolizes the calm and serenity that make him an ideal companion.
The delicate setting of this white gold ring mimics the volume and flowing movement of the horse’s mane, gently blowing in a celestial breeze.
The jewel wraps around the finger while the animal’s mane softly falls around it.

334 white round diamonds, 2,64 carats
2 blue round cabochon sapphires, 0,03 carats
White gold 750/1000, 16,27g

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.

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

Hopi, the hummingbird ring Blue sapphire Ring set with a blue oval sapphire, pavé blue sapphires, pink sapphires, emeralds and diamonds, in white gold

Attracted to beauty, the hummingbird loves flowers that are fragrant and full of life. Well known as the smallest bird in the world, its beauty and its speed surprise.
A myth of the Hopi indians in Arizona, considers the hummingbird as a hero who saves the humanity from starvation by interceding with the germination god.
As a messenger he brings love and joy to those around him.

1 blue oval sapphire, min. 1,90 carats
139 blue round sapphires, 1,70 carats
90 pink round sapphires, 1,60 carats
112 round diamonds, 1,05 carats
68 round emeralds, 0,80 carats
White gold 750/1000, 15,00 g

Shibli, the lion cub ring Ring set with a cabochon pink quartz, pavé brown and white diamonds and cabochon emeralds, in pink gold

The Shibli, lion cub ring, transposes the dazzling figure, the strength and the courage of the animal. It holds the role of king of animals, which means that it never stops to protect those close to it, especially its little ones. As a guardian, it defends palaces and protects families. Shibli means "lion cub" in Swahili, the Bantu language of East Africa. This ring gives self-confidence to women who wear it.

1 cabochon pink quartz, 8,81 carats
2 cabochon emeralds, 0,06 carat
153 brown round diamonds, 3,52 carats
38 white round diamonds, 0,79 carat
Pink gold 750/1000, 10,01g

Nuri, the Parrot ring Ring set with pavé tsavorites and orange, pink, yellow round sapphires, and diamonds, in pink gold

A playful and faithful companion, "Nuri", whose name means parrot in Indonesian, is a cockatoo with a magnificent plumage.
The parrot’s plumage symbolizes the elements of life such as the sun, water or fire. So it is quite natural that Nuri, the Parrot became the messenger of beauty and life for the woman who wears it.

83 orange round sapphires, 0,87 carat
32 pink round sapphires, 0,34 carat
43 round tsavorites, 0,45 carat
27 yellow round sapphires, 0,30 carat
2 white round diamonds, 0,01 carat
Pink gold 750/1000, 5,04g

Chinha, the eagle ring Ring set with a tanzanite, sapphires, diamonds and black lacquer, on white gold

Symbol of spiritual elevation , strength and majesty, the eagle is the bird of gods whose mythology gives the power to behold the light without burning. Always reinvented over the centuries, it became the protector and the emblem of many kings and kingdoms.
In India, the noble predator is called « the Chinha ». As a symbolic animal, he was represented on the Armories of the Royal family of Jodhpur.

134 round diamonds, 1,97 carat
96 round sapphires, 1,25 carat
44 baguette sapphires, 2,49 carat
4 sapphires, 0,18 carat
1 cabochon tanzanite mini, 10,00 carats
White gold 750/1000, 18,68 g

Chinha, the eagle ring Ring set with a tourmaline, tsavorites, diamonds and black lacquer, on white gold

Symbol of spiritual elevation , strength and majesty, the eagle is the bird of gods whose mythology gives the power to behold the light without burning. Always reinvented over the centuries, it became the protector and the emblem of many kings and kingdoms.
In India, the noble predator is called « the Chinha ». As a symbolic animal, he was represented on the Armories of the Royal family of Jodhpur.

134 round diamonds, 2,03 carats
96 round tsavorites, 1,25 carat
44 baguette tsavorites, 2,20 carat
4 baguette tsavorites eyes, 0,20 carat
1 round cabochon tourmaline mini, 11,00 carats
White gold 750/1000, 20,00 g

Chinha, the eagle ring Ring set with a rubellite, rubies, diamonds and black lacquer, on white gold

Symbol of spiritual elevation , strength and majesty, the eagle is the bird of gods whose mythology gives the power to behold the light without burning. Always reinvented over the centuries, it became the protector and the emblem of many kings and kingdoms.
In India, the noble predator is called « the Chinha ». As a symbolic animal, he was represented on the Armories of the Royal family of Jodhpur.

134 round diamonds, 2,02 carats
96 round rubies, 1,42 carat
48 baguette rubies, 2,10 carats
1 round cabochon rubellite mini, 9,00 carats
White gold 750/1000, 20,00 g

Kaa, the snake ring Ring set with a rubellite, paved with diamonds, in white gold

A white-gold, diamond-clad snake coils around a rubellite stone just like a ring voluptuously coils around the finger.

1 rubellite min 20,00 ct
288 round diamonds 4,28 ct
White gold 750/1000 14,97 g

Meisa, The Chickadee Ring Ring set with diamonds, black sapphires and onyx, in yellow gold

Light and merry does the tit land on an open ring. As if this little golden twig was just the reason you expected to fly away.

115 round diamonds 0,48 carat
1 onyx 0,05 carat
2 black sapphires 0,01 carat
Yellow gold 750/1000 9,49 g