Since its founding by Frederic Boucheron in 1858, the house has created exceptional pieces in the high jewellery, watch and jewellery ranges. Throughout the history of the House of Boucheron, Frederic Boucheron was often a pioneer: he was the first jeweller to open on the Place Vendôme in 1893, he did successful experiments with diamond engraving, and was the precursor of the ?nature? style by using snakes and other symbolic animal figures of 19th century Art Nouveau.
Initiative, intuition, experimentation: with the determination and conviction of those early days, Adriano Chimento still today makes his unique, distinctive mark day after day in the history of Italian-made jewelry.
It took 72 years following the October Revolution before the legend of Fabergé was brought back to life. In 1989 the Fabergé Co., New York, named the Pforzheim jeweler Victor Mayer as the exclusive worldwide workmaster. Since then, it has been producing selective jewels, exclusive egg objects, and Objets d'Art in the tradition of Peter Carl Fabergé. Fabergé offices in London, Paris, and New York City.
French jeweller since 1936 and a member of the LVHM Group, Fred's innovative spirit remains in the sales spaces, which are at once lively and luminous, daring and elegant. Since 2002 FRED has opened more than 10 boutiques the world over from London to Paris, via Tokyo.