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Boucheron Hiver Imperial is Probably Any Woman’s Dream

By Victor Baker


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Boucheron Hiver Imperial

The renowned French jewellery house Boucheron has unveiled a new incredible collection of High Jewelry, inspired by the unique aura of the Far East’s vast stretches of snow, and called Boucheron Hiver Imperial. Resembling snowflakes, frozen waterfalls, snowy rooftops and animals with frost-covered fur, this magical collection is Boucheron’s winter wonderland, blending diamonds, pearls and sparkling precious stones in the most beautiful way possible.

Boucheron opened its first shop in Moscow back in 1897, becoming the first French jeweler in the city, that’s why it’s history is closely tied to Imperial Russia, and Hiver Imperial borrows three main themes from Russia’s regions, focusing on Nature, Culture and Architecture for this exquisite collection.

As we struggle to get away from the beauty of these pieces, allow us to go in deeper and take a closer look – but from afar – at each of these precious pieces.

Boucheron Hiver Imperial

First, Femmes Boreales honors the strength and beauty of women in wintry climates, imagining contemporary empresses and queens, wrapped in pearls and precious stones. Lumiere De Nuit depicts the ideal aesthetic of the North’s stunning white polar landscape – it’s untamed, majestic and  powerful and this piece captures its force in a huge snowflake.

Next on our list is Flocon Imperial, a superb necklace set with a 5,20 ct E VVS1 Cushion diamond and rock crystal, and paved with diamonds, on white gold. And if you’d like to get something a little bit more different, L’Anneau d’Or is an ode to the imperial cities of Russia, where the rooftops, cupolas and onion domes captured everyone’s attention.

Unfortunately we don’t have any pricing info to mention, but we’re sure the happiness in any lady’s eyes once they become the proud owners of one of these sparkling pieces, should suffice.

Boucheron Hiver Imperial

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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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