Description & Technical information

There has been little written about the Parisian jeweller Theodule Bourdier (b. 1837). Though a noted goldsmith and gold medal winner at the Exposition Universelles in Paris, Henri Vever mentions him only twice in his book "French Jewellery of the 19th Century". When the French Crown Jewels were sold off in 1885, Bourdier is recorded as being one of the successful buyers. He also appears to have been related to the Cartier family by marriage.

Weight: 14g

Date:  1910
Period:  20th century
Origin:  Paris, France
Medium: Diamond, 67 single cut diamonds, mounted in platinum
Signature: French assaymark and signed 'BOURDIER PARIS'

Dimensions: 18 cm (7¹/₈ inches)
Categories: Jewellery