An elegant trail of evergreen ivy that encircles the necklace with a lover’s embrace. An ethereal feather that looks like it’s all too willing to dance at the slightest breeze. A sparkling bouquet of full blooms that would make any veteran horticulturist nod in approval... Despite its open-ended name, there is no question that Boucheron’s iconic Point d’Interrogation (or Question Mark) necklace remains a statement on style and adornment—one that has continued capturing the hearts of women with aplomb and finesse.
Since its first appearance as a sketch by founder Frédéric Boucheron in 1879, the graceful asymmetric necklace—so aptly named for its curvaceous form— has laid the stage for a myriad of inspirations, from the abstract to the avant-garde. Baroque swirls that dress the décolletage with bold, painterly strokes of gold and diamonds, for example, comfortably find their place alongside a minimalist line of diamonds and pearls that drip with confidence and sophistication.
The Point d’Interrogation range is one that presents an elevated spectrum of styles and emotions, with each design promising its wearer the quintessence that has come to be recognised as distinctively Boucheron: An unwavering dedication to beauty, unbridled creativity and a gleeful disregard of trends. It’s a chic rebellion—wrapped in the earth’s most precious metals and gems—that prizes the freedom of creation and self-expression above all else.
And the Point d’Interrogation necklace remains a true emblem of Boucheron’s 163-year heritage for much more than this.
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