Made with 370 diamonds (set in white gold and with a total weight of 17.12 carats) and stunningly radiant marble from the very same quarry used for the construction of the Taj Mahal in 1631, the Boucheron Plume de Paon is a revelation in high jewellery timepieces. From the Bleu de Jodhpur collection, this exceptional watch takes inspiration from the brilliant plumage of the national bird of India—the peacock, as well as the iconic 'Question Mark' necklace by Maison Boucheron. Plume de Paon showcases the unique skill of the master craftsmen of Boucheron—marble is a precious material rarely used in high jewellery but its lustre and radiance is a brilliant accompaniment to the round and baguette diamonds of the watch.

The Boucheron Plume de Paon