Pair of convertible bracelets-necklace designed by Boucheron.
Beautiful pair of French pieces created, circa 1970's at the Vassort atelier in Paris. This convertibles bracelets was carefully crafted by the house of Boucheron in solid yellow gold of 18 karats with high polished finish.
Suited with a pin lock and a hinged slash to attach both parts together.
They are composed by 8 fluted round elements carved from natural rock quartz. All of them are connected by textured rounded links, mounted in the center with 8 round cabochons cuts (9 mm) of black onyx, with a combined weight of 45 carats.
The links are embellished, with an impeccable French pave setting of 48 calibrated round brilliants cuts diamonds, 3.85 Carats, E/F color, VS-1 clarity.
The combined weight is 116.9 Grams and each bracelet have a length of 7.5 Inches for a total of 15 Inches (38 Cm).
Both pieces are stamped with beautiful clear French hallmarks, four times with the national eagle's head for the assay and guaranty of the 18 kt gold, 3 times with the maker's maitre cartouche AV associated to Andre Vassort, the unique serial numbers and signed in full, "BOUCHERON OR .750 2467 / 2567".
Literature: BOUCHERON, HISTOIRE D'UNE DYNASTIE DE JOAILLIERS, By Gilles Neret, Pp-190 Illustrated. L'ere du crystal 1972.
Note: The Mo. Andre Vassort atelier, was located in Paris 2, 34 rue Sainte Anne. He collaborate very closely with VCA between the 1950’s and 1980’s, the workshop operations was ceased in the 1990's.
Note: The maker’s cartouche AV, is associated to the 1960's mark for the atelier of the master jeweler, maitre Andre Vassort.
This pieces are in excellent condition and are accompanied by the designer's jewelry boxes.
INVENTORY REF: B0000AANEN/2.810
Boucheron 1970 Paris convertible necklace bracelets in 18 kt with 48.84 Cts in diamonds and rock quartz