René Boivin Aquamarine and Diamond Ring, circa 1935
The elegance of linear geometry is a hallmark of classic Art Deco design. This exceptional example by René Boivin features a well saturated step-cut aquamarine accented by pierced scrolling shoulders set with single-cut diamonds mounted in platinum. The ring was produced under the direction of Boivin’s head designer Juliette Moutard, creator of the legendary starfish brooch, perhaps the House’s most well-known jewel.
One emerald-cut aquamarine weighing approximately 13.5 carats