Boucheron Rings

Our Boucheron ring selection is a dazzling celebration of this luxury jewellery house. Few brands have such an illustrious heritage: founded in Paris in 1858, the family firm created extravagant jewellery for tsars, shahs and baronesses. Famous pieces include jewellery currently owned by the British royal family.

One of the key Boucheron rings is the Serpent Bohème. Originating as a love token designed by Frédéric Boucheron for his wife Gabrielle in 1888, the snake's head symbolises protection. Its double version,Toi et Moi, incorporates crossed heads to represent the eternal bond of two lovers. The ring appears in iterations set with soft blue Aquaprase, vivid green malachite and bold lapis lazuli, as well as classic brilliant-cut diamonds and white gold.

Boucheron animal rings represent the quirkier side of the firm's oeuvre. Creatures embodied in gold and jewels offer playful self-representations for the wearer. A gentle doe, symbol of kindness, gleams with diamonds set in yellow gold. A prickly hedgehog is sculpted from 18-carat rose gold or white gold, with gemstone eyes.

Explore Boucheron engagement rings and wedding bands crafted from yellow or white gold, incorporating the much-loved grosgrain texture, pavé diamonds or the angular shapes of Paris cobblestones. We have slender, faceted platinum creations as well as strong contemporary stacked rings with contrasting metals, jewels and coloured ceramics.

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