Emeralds, diamonds, sapphires, morganites, tourmalines, white, pink and yellow gold in this necklace, whose name translates as 'Bouquet of wings.' It is inspired by the age of 19th-century naturalists, and it features a collection of dragonflies, butterflies and peacock feathers. But the forms are gracefully abstract, with an enchanting range of colours from the gemstones used. The Maison that was founded in 1858, the first jeweller on Place Vendôme in Paris, has earned a reputation as 'Jeweller of Light' in its high-jewellery collections. Boucheron will be exhibiting at the 26th Biennale des Antiquaires, in Paris from 14 to 23 September 2012.