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Art Deco Diamond and Emerald Necklace

An Art Deco platinum necklace with emeralds, diamonds and enamel. The necklace has five fluted emerald beads with an approximate total weight of 19.00 carats, accented with 124 baguettes, 10 triangular and 302 round old European-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 11.10 carats, G/H/I color, VS clarity. Each graduated emerald bead is flanked by black enamel accents, with the back chain set in an Art Deco baguette and round diamond motif.

Circa: 1930's
Dimensions: 16-1/2 length
Item #:  N-18044
Price:  Price on Request. Call (212) 644-6400
Art Deco Diamond and Emerald Necklace

Antique English Emerald and Diamond Cluster Necklace

An English Antique 15 karat gold and silver necklace with fourteen emerald and diamond clusters. The necklace has 14 antique-cut emeralds with an approximate total weight of 20.50 carats, including the center emerald with an approximate weight of 2.50 carats. The emeralds are surrounded by 140 old mine-cut diamonds, including diamond spacers joining the clusters with an approximate total weight of 24.00 carats. With signed, fitted antique box.

Circa: 1870
Dimensions: 17" length
Item #:  N-18079
Price:  Price on Request. Call (212) 644-6400
Antique English Emerald and Diamond Cluster Necklace

Henri Picq French Art Deco Diamond Emerald and Platinum Necklace-Pendant

A French Art Deco platinum necklace with diamonds and emeralds by Henri Picq. The necklace centers on an emerald-cut diamond with an approximate total weight of 2.50 carats, and baguette, old European-cut and single-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 40.00 carats, H/I color, VS. The pendant has 2 emerald-cut emeralds and 44 calibré-cut emeralds with an approximate total weight of 7.70 carats. The pendant is detachable from the twisted design and barrel-shaped links of the necklace. Henri Picq's workshop, located in the Marais district of Paris, was one of the most important workshops in Paris from the early 20thCentury through the late 1920's. He produced some of the highest quality gem-set platinum jewels of the period. Among other houses, Picq worked for Cartier, becoming their main supplier between 1900 and 1918. These jewels were said to be the finest in Paris, and it was the workshop of Henri Picq that became famed for the quality of this jewelry. Picq was instrumental in the use of novel materials and executed some of Cartier's most avant-gard designs, especially the beautifully-produced Cartier 'Tutti Frutti' jewels, described at the time as 'pierres de couleur' and which continue to endure. He also produced a bracelet designed and exhibited at the revolutionary Paris Exposition Universelle in 1925. Exhibited at "Anything Goes: The Jazz Age" at the Nassau County Museum of Art, 24 March 2018 - 8 July 2018.

Artist: Henri Picq
Signed: French maker mark for Henri Picq; French control mark
Circa: 1925
Dimensions: length 22-1/2", with a detachable segment measuring 6-3/4" inches
Item #:  N-18063
Price:  Price on Request. Call (212) 644-6400
Henri Picq French Art Deco Diamond Emerald and Platinum Necklace-Pendant

Blue Calcedony, Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald Brooch/Necklace by Suzanne Belperron

A French Modernist platinum dress clip by famed designer Suzanne Belperron that can also be worn on a necklace with nesting rows of blue chalcedony beads. Similar in style and spirit to the necklace worn by the Duchess of Windsor, Wallis Simpson. The clip is carved blue chalcedony in a half-barrel design, set with 1 cushion-cut, one oval, 2 rectangular-cut and two square-cut sapphires, 10 square-cut rubies, 1 rectangular-cut ruby and 8 square-cut emeralds. Measuring 3.9 cm long by 3.4 cm wide, weighing 39.3 grams. French assay marks for gold and partially effaced maker's marks for Société Groëné et Darde. By the remarkable female designer Suzanne Belperron. Accompanying certificate reads: We do hereby certify that the piece pictured below was manufactured in Paris between 1932 and 1940 by the company B. Herz from a design by Suzanne Belperron. Chalcedony beads included: 17 inches in length, detachable.

Artist: Belperron
Circa: 1932-1940
Dimensions: 1-1/2'' long x 1-1/2'' width
Item #:  BO-18944
Price:  Price on Request. Call (212) 644-6400
Blue Calcedony, Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald Brooch/Necklace by Suzanne Belperron

Victorian Gold Acrostic Necklace.

An English Victorian 18 karat gold acrostic necklace. The heart charms consist of 161 rose-cut diamonds that have the approximate total weight of 3.20 carats. The center of these charms have 2 emeralds, with amethyst, ruby, sapphire and topaz that have the approximate total weight of .90 carat. Acrostic jewelry, which was immensely popular in the highly sentimental Victorian era, was actually originally introduced to the popular market by the famed French house of Mellerio, who created acrostic jewels for Marie Antoinette. A piece of acrostic jewelry is a piece that includes a series of center stones whose first letter of their common names spells out a word of affection. For example, this necklace, whose charms feature center stones of Diamond, Emerald, Amethyst, Ruby, Emerald (again), Sapphire and Topaz in that order is meant to say "DEAREST." Each of the heart-shaped charms in this particular piece features not only the meaning-filled center stone but also several carats worth of rose-cut diamonds, that encrust their faces.

Circa: 1860s
Dimensions: Necklace 15" length; each charm 1/2" x 1/2".
Item #:  N-19383
Price:   $13,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Victorian Gold Acrostic Necklace.
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