Since December, the famous jewellery house has opened its doors again between the beautiful walls of the Hôtel de Nocé, at number 26 Place Vendôme, where the founder Frédéric Boucheron opened his boutique in 1893 to become the first jeweller to settle in the renowned square.
Walls steeped in history…
…And that of number 26 is as long as it is fascinating. Before hosting Frédéric Boucheron's many medal-winning creations from the 1867 Universal Exhibition after the jeweller moved from the Galerie de Valois, this building was the home of the beautiful and notorious Comtesse de Castiglione, mistress of emperors and muse of photographers. These walls were adorned with gilding and woodwork that today still welcomes lovers of luxury and refinement in a setting that combines classicism with modernity.
Welcome to 26!
Browse among the exquisite salons, pedestal tables, armchairs, waxed floors, fireplaces and mirrors to discover the latest collections and admire the old creations of this esteemed jewellery house. And to celebrate this homecoming, Boucheron has designed 26 bracelets in tribute to this place where the company found a home in the twilight years of the 19th century.
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