Often called a “jeweler’s jeweler,” Gerard Riveron has more than four decades of experience with Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and as a private jeweler. Mr. Riveron began his career as a protégé of the legendary Jacques Arpels at the original Van Cleef & Arpels salon in Paris. He has served as President of Cartier Privé, and as a private jeweler in Paris, Monte Carlo, Geneva, Hong Kong, Beverly Hills, Marbella, Saint Moritz and the Middle East.
Gerard is accomplished at identifying, acquiring and marketing highly distinguished Fine Jewelry from around the world. His passion for Fine Jewelry, talent for discovering and developing designers — along with his career-spanning relationships with private jewelry clients and Maisons — make Mr. Riveron uniquely qualified to curate and cultivate this remarkable collection.
A Note from Gerard...
“I am pleased to be actively involved with five different Boston-based charities (see list below)."
Over the years...
Left column photo captions:
Launching of Van Cleef & Arpels Perfume "First" in Zurich, 1978
Monte Carlo with Liliane Letourneur, 1993
Gerard with Kathy Zichy and Condoleezza Rice at the J.F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Boston, 2011
Gerard with Lisa Pierpont, Publisher of the Boston Common Magazine, 2014
Right column photo captions:
Gerard welcoming Princess Grace of Monaco to the Cartier Exhibit, 1975
Gerard with Carlo Felice Biaggi at a Cartier Exhibition in St. Moritz, 1976
Gerard with Donatella Flick (born Princess Donatella Missikoff of Ossetia) at a private party in Cannes, 1974
Gerard with Alexandra Mor and Yvonne J. Markowitz, Curator of the Rita J. Kaplan and Susan B. Kaplan Curator of Jewelry at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2013
Boston Weddings Magazine, December 2009
Private Jeweler Consultation
Based in Boston, Massachusetts, Gerard Riveron serves an international market of Fine Jewelry and Art collectors and connoisseurs. As a Private Jeweler he consults with clients in the USA and abroad to guide them through their Fine Jewelry acquisitions and special purchases.
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