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Boucheron Unveil Their New Serpent Bohème Pink Quartz Collection

It's time to think all things pink.

This season, Serpent Bohème is embracing La Vie en Rose. Maison Boucheron sees its 1968 design in a new light—rose-tinted—where Serpent Bohème's iconic motifs are reworked with elegant rose gold and pink quartz. The pastel tones of this gemstone give a warm glow to rings, bracelets, necklaces, and earrings for a look that is both modern and elegant.

Unveiled in 1968, the Serpent Bohème collection has traversed the decades and has since become a Boucheron classic. The design's elegant twists are a perfect example of Maison Boucheron’s expert craftsmanship. The style and materials of the motif have evolved over the years, where glittering pavé diamonds are sometimes replaced by the elegant hues of aquaprase®, rhodolite, and mother-of-pearl.

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A softer take on the iconic Serpent Bohème ring. The twisted band, a signature of the collection, is adorned with a teardrop of pink quartz that highlights the warm tones of the rose gold. Two Serpent Bohème diamond-encrusted motifs illuminate a pink quartz teardrop surrounded by rose-gold beads. A winning trifecta that is both elegant and subtly stylish.

The Serpent Bohème pendant comes in monochrome tones. On one end, a round-cut diamond delicately rests on a twisted rose-gold rope chain. On the other, the soft hues of pink quartz are blended into the iconic teardrop design.

A diamond-encrusted teardrop and a pastel-coloured drop of pink quartz, both surrounded by rose-gold beads, appear to balance each other on a twisted bangle. Free of a clasp, the Serpent Bohème bracelet easily slips on and off the wrist.