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French Art Deco Coral, Diamond, Onyx and Platinum Earrings

A pair of French Art Deco platinum earrings with diamonds, red coral, and onyx. The earring tops have black onyx and coral beads that suspend pear shape drop with 46 old European-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 1.00 carat alternating with black enamel triangles. The interior of the drop is framed with a single piece of cut coral. The earrings are in a modified pendeloque motif. Similar discussed in Earrings from Antiquity to the Present by Daniela Mascetti and Amanda Triossi, Thames & Hudson, 1990, page 132-135.

Signed: French control mark
Circa: 1920's
Dimensions: 7/8" length x 5/8" width
Item #:  ER-16248
Price:   $23,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
French Art Deco Coral, Diamond, Onyx and Platinum Earrings

Cartier Paris Art Deco Blackamoor Clip Brooch

A French Art Deco coral, diamond, enamel and pearl Blackamoor clip brooch by Cartier. The brooch depicts a classic Moorish enamel Blackamoor wearing an enamel turban set with rose-cut diamonds, a cylindrical coral bead turban knot and hanging seed pearl earrings. Pictured in "Cartier and America", by Martin Chapman, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 2009, page 108.

Artist: Cartier
Signed: “Cartier”, “Paris”, “Depose”, “13384”, stamped “J.C.”
Circa: 1938
Dimensions: 1-3/8'' length x 3/4'' width x ½'' depth
Item #:  BO-13114
Price:   $17,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Cartier Paris Art Deco Blackamoor Clip Brooch

Art Deco Diamond and Platinum Flower Earrings

A pair of French Late Art Deco platinum earrings with diamonds. The earrings have 38 baguette diamonds with an approximate total weight of 3.00 carats, and round diamonds with an approximate total weight of 6.20 carats. The 2 larger round diamonds have approximate weights of 2.35 carats and 2.50 carats, J/K/L color, SI clarity. The approximate total weight of the diamonds is 14.05 carats. The earrings are designed in a stylized Art Deco floral motif.

Circa: 1930's
Dimensions: 1-1/2'' length x 7/8'' width
Item #:  ER-18619
Price:  Price on Request. Call (212) 644-6400
Art Deco Diamond and Platinum Flower Earrings

Art Deco Diamond Earrings

A pair of Art Deco platinum drop earrings with diamonds. The delicate drop earrings have 106 old European-cut and baguette-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 5.20 carats. With four fully articulated joints and five elongated tear-shaped drops creating a fringe effect, these fully Deco earrings are alive with movement. The unusual angling and fetching interplay of the variously-cut diamonds imbue these highly architectural pieces with a particular dynamism that is wholly exciting.

Circa: 1920's
Dimensions: 2'' long
Item #:  ER-18858
Price:   $25,000 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Art Deco Diamond Earrings

Pearl and Amethyst Diamond Accented Earrings

A pair of Art Deco platinum earrings with diamonds, amethysts and natural pearl tassels. The natural pearl tassel earrings are topped with 4 amethyst beads and 112 Old European-cut diamond-studded roundels that have the approximate total of 1.64 carats. The rich color of the amethyst is offset beautifully in this piece by the luster of the natural pearls, as the architectural heads of the earrings are complemented by the movement of the lower tassels.

Circa: 1920
Dimensions: 2-1/2'' length
Item #:  ER-10255
Price:   $12,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Pearl and Amethyst Diamond Accented Earrings

John Rubel Ruby, Diamond, Turquoise Clip Brooch and Earrings Suite

An American mid-20th century 18 karat Retro gold brooch and earrings suite with rubies, diamonds and turquoise by John Rubel. The brooch is an openwork bloom comprised of large gold loops studded with accenting rubies that expertly play with the negative space. Three raised clusters of turquoise and ruby, each centering on a diamond, make up the center of the bloom, while matching clusters make up the earrings. The brooch has 88 round-cut rubies with an approximate total weight of 5.85 carats, 3 round-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of .95 carat, and 69 cabochon turquoise. The earrings have 10 round rubies that have the approximate total weight of 1.60 carats and 5 round diamonds with the approximate total weight of .60 carat. With original box. The Retro jewelry period took place directly before and during World War II. As a reaction to the dire world conflict, jewelry became bolder, brighter, and more light-hearted. Unlike the Art Deco style, Retro jewelry has soft curves and feminine motifs, set off against the severe silhouettes of women's war-time wardrobes. Gold regained popularity, as platinum was essential to the war effort and scarcely available for commercial use. Different colors of gold, such as yellow, rose, and green, were used in striking combinations. Popular gemstones including non-traditional stones, such as turquoise, were suddenly in vogue, and were used widely, as they are beautifully employed in this suite. Patriotic themes were also popular, and blue stones and rubies were often paired together with diamonds and open work to convey a message of patriotism. Three-dimensional sculptural ribbons, bows, and folds made out of metal were common, as they conveyed a sense of victory and celebration that all were hoping for.

Artist: John Rubel
Circa: 1945
Dimensions: Brooch: 2-73/4" diameter; earrings 1" diameter
Item #:  ST-19327
Price:   $32,000 – Call: (212) 644-6400
John Rubel Ruby, Diamond, Turquoise Clip Brooch and Earrings Suite
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