Marcel Boucher a French Jeweller developed his passion for the industry after he moved to New York in the early 120’s. He first studied under Pierre Cartier as an apprentice before working for the Mazer brothers in 1930. It was from there he opened his own jewellery company in 1937.
His designs were bold an imaginative often of birds, fruits and animals using high quality rhinestones with brightly coloured enamel. After Boucher’s death in 1965 his wife took over the company until 1972 when it then became a subsidiary of Dovorn Industries.
- Gold Tone Earrings
- Circa 1950
- Clear Rhinestone Embellishment
- Boucher 8989 Signature
- Some Gentle Wear
35mm x 25mm
A unique collection of pre-owned jewellery. Each piece has its own narrative and this can be reflected through minor imperfections associated with its previous life. Make it part of your future.
Model Name - 1950's Boucher Diamante Gold Tone Earrings