Frédéric Boucheron was the first jeweler to open up a boutique in Place Vendôme and chose number 26 for the light that illuminated the building, making his stones sparkle. The iconic cobblestones in the square are symbols of the capital, embodying Parisian elegance and style.

This new Boucheron creation plays on the contrast between the cut stones and the wild ivy that flourishes between them. In keeping with Maison Boucheron’s traditional sources of inspiration, here nature further enhances the beauty of the city. 

Boucheron - Epure d'Art Tourbillon Lierre de Lumière

Epure d'Art Tourbillon Lierre de Lumière. © Boucheron

With its 3 ivy leaves, decorated with openwork veins and diamonds that flourish within a mosaic of rough diamonds, Lierre de Lumière is a feat of technical prowess. The play on contrasts gives the creation an extraordinary brilliance, where time, enhanced by a flying tourbillon, comes to a halt.

The movement is housed in a 43 mm polished white gold case set with round diamonds. Lierre de Lumière is fitted with a beige "rembordé" (folded edge) alligator strap with large square scale equipped with a pin buckle in white gold set with brillant diamonds.