RENE BOIVIN

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RENE BOIVIN

Ring, beaded edges, 18k (750) gold.
Master stamp R. Davière
Td: 48 approx Pb: 13.82 gr
Accompanied by a certificate Cailles - Salit attesting that it is a work of René Boivin.
BIBLIOGRAPHY René Boivin Jeweller by Françoise
Cailles Edition de l'Amateur

A gold ring, stamped. Certificate from Cailles
- Salit stating René Boivin creation.
René Boivin founded the jewellery house bearing his name in 1890.
The jewels of the house René Boivin the most sought-after remain the creations which are born from the 1920s. In fact, following the premature death of her husband, Jeanne
Boivin took over the management of the company; at the same time she hired the young designer Suzanne Belperron, who had just graduated from the School of Fine Arts and won first prize in the Decorative Arts competition.
This collaboration enabled the
Boivin firm to take off again, and its impetus was renewed by the arrival of Juliette Moutard, who succeeded Suzanne
Belperron in 1931 and remained at the service of Jeanne Boivin until 1970, when Juliette Moutard gave up her brushes to Marie Caroline de Brosses.
The strength and renown of the Boivin firm
is based on the consistency of a recognizable style that has been able to blend with the wide variety of sources of inspiration of its various collaborators: shells and marine themes for
Jeanne Boivin, animal and floral subjects for Juliette Moutard. The combination of these diverse female talents has enabled René Boivin to offer innovative and atypical jewellery that has met with great and lasting success.
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