An Art Deco platinum necklace with diamonds. The necklace has 250 old European-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 9.00 carats, 27 mixed-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 5.50 carats, and 7 marquise-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 3.00 carats. The approximate total weight of the necklace is 17.50 carats, H/I color, VS/SI clarity. The necklace is designed in a strong Art Deco geometric motif with the central plaque suspending a graduated series of marquise diamond articulated tassels, and the clasp repeating the central plaque motif. Similar pictured in Art Deco Jewelry, by Sylvie Raulet, Rizzoli, 1984, page 124.
Dimensions: Necklace: 16-1/2" length; pendant element: 1-1/2" length x 3/4" width.
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 emeraldbead is flanked by black enamel accents, with the back chain set in an Art Deco baguette and round diamond motif.
A platinum Art Deco lavalier necklace with diamonds and pearls. The lavalier pendant and tapered plaques have 117 round old European-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 3.00 carats and 2 natural saltwater pearls which hang from the diamond set plaques designed in a classic Art Deco motif. The natural white pearl measures 10.1 x 9.4 mm and the dark gray natural pearl measures 8.8 x 8.6 mm. The necklace has 376 seed pearls connected with a platinum chain weave. Gemological Institute of America report #6173345278.
An Edwardian diamond and amethyst necklace set in 18 karat white gold. The necklace''s double chain is comprised of a repeating pattern of white gold diamond-studded plaques and cabochon amethysts, while the two central chandelier pendants both feature substantial cabochon amethysts and detailed frames studded with white diamonds. This necklace has 290 rose-cut diamonds that have the approximate total weight of 7.30 carats. The weight of the 2 large amethysts is 29.00 carats and 21.00 carats. With additional 30 oval cabochon amethysts. With documentation of this necklace designed with fire opals made by A.Marx & Co jewelers London
An Art Deco platinum necklace with turquoise, rock crystal, chalcedony and diamonds by Mauboussin. There are 72 round-cut diamonds that have the approximate total weight of 5.96 carats. The house of Mauboussin was considered the leader in design innovation and luxury creation in the Art Deco period, so much so that Maurice Dauzalle, the famed art critic, wrote of the firm''s 1930 exhibition in "L''Illustration:" ''All the creations on display radiate the same artistic brilliance, the influence of a strong personality, a decisiveness.... In all of [Georges Mauboussin]''s work there is a lively intelligence, a driving inspiration....'' This striking collar features a strong, solidly Deco design that, unusually, centers on the cool interplay of color provided by the evenly-matched turquoise and the deeply black onyx. Interspersed with sleek slivers of architecturally-striated rock crystal and diamond-studded platinum accents, this industrially elegant piece demonstrates the height of design from the well-celebrated house of Mauboussin. With certificate of authenticity from Mauboussin.
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