Boucher "Gold" & "Silver" Necklace

SKU: tdv1


Item tdv1

Price £225

Circa !950/60

Signed – Boucher c

Boucher is possibly one of the best designers of costume jewellery in America. This talented designer began his career in 1920's Paris, studying/apprenticed to Pierre Cartier. In 1937 he established Marcel Boucher et Cie in New York, where he produced the most exquisite costume jewellery, it was often mistaken for the "real" thing. Marcel died in 1965 his wife, Sandra, led the company until 1972. In 1979 the Company was sold to a Canadian Company, D'Orlan. This necklace is so unusual in its design. I think that the flowers may be papyrus, but I am not a gardener. Each of the goldtone fans have a silver tone stem and a small roundel of clear stones. The gold and silver tone stems create a knot effect in the front. This fabulous centrepiece is suspended from a flatish snake chain. The necklace measures 35cm extending to 41cm, the front section measures 12.5x4cm

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