Ring set with pavé diamonds, in white gold.
In 1888, Frédéric Boucheron gave his wife Gabrielle a necklace representing a serpent. The Toi et Moi Serpent Bohème ring, a protective Talisman, pays homage to their love.
The gold beads that crown the head of the snakes enhance the sparkle of the diamonds.
The serpent curls around the finger and symbolizes the bond of love between two people.
From 1860, and for almost forty years, Russia's Imperial Family represent a significant part of Boucheron's clientele. The Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna, the Tsarina Maria Alexandrovna, Alexander III and Grand Duke Alexei all stop at Boucheron every time they visit Paris, giving the jeweler's name a good reputation at the Russian court.
This is why, in 1897, Frédéric Boucheron decides to open his first shop abroad in Moscow.