An Antique silver-top 15 karat gold necklace, composed of 5 openwork flower motif clusters. The clusters are connected by diamond set swag links. Both clusters and links are set with old mine-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 16.80 carats.
An English antique 18 karat gold pendant locket with pearls and diamonds. The pendant locket has 1 old mine-cut diamond with an approximate total weight of .18 carat which is surrounded by a seed pearl-set garland. The locket is suspended from an antique 18 karat chain and has a split opening with two interior compartments.
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.
A French 18 karat gold necklace with diamonds by Van Cleef & Arpels/Georges Lenfont. The necklace has 1400 round cut pave set diamonds with an approximate total weight of 47.00 carats, F/G color, VS clarity. The necklace is composed of 37 graduated curb links.
A French late-20th Century 18 karat gold necklace with diamonds by Cartier. The necklace has round and square-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 5.50 carats, G/H color, VS clarity, which compose the three diamond-set plaques on the brick chain necklace. The "Trinidad'' diamond necklace. With signed Cartier box and Cartier documentation.
A Mid-20th century 18 karat gold necklace with diamonds. The necklace has 184 round-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 14.70 carats, G/H color, VS clarity. The necklace is designed in a diamond-set layered rope motif.
A Mid-20th Century diamond and platinum necklace. The necklace is composed of a row of 79 marquise-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 29.00 carats. The marquise diamonds graduate from a center stone weighing approximately 1.50 carats to approximately .15 carat. Nine of the marquise central stones in the necklace weigh over 1.00 carat. The interior row of the necklace is composed of 155 baguette-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 32.00 carats, graduating from the center stone weighing approximately .45 carat to approximately .15 carat. The approximate total of the diamonds is 61.00 carats, D/E color, VVS/VS clarity.
A French Mid-20th Century platinum necklace with sapphires and diamonds. The center of the necklace has 4 graduated festooned strands of 162 round and oval-cut sapphires with an approximate total weight of 25.00 carats that form the articulated swag. The blue sapphires are most likely from Ceylon. The top strand and side decoration have 153 baguette diamonds with an approximate total weight of 9.00 carats, and 104 round-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 14.40 carats, G/H color, VS clarity. French control mark for platinum. The motifs of 1950''s jewelry design may appear similar to pieces produced in the ''40''s, but they were executed in an entirely different way. Retro jewelry had a solid, heavy and highly polished look whereas 1950''s jewelry was open, airy and textural, although still solid and "important" in appearance. There was beautiful movement and a depth displayed in the execution of design in this period, as this swag designed necklace exemplifies.
Dimensions: 14-1/2" length, with later 2" extension x 1-5/8" width at the center of the draping.
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