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 Retro 18 karat polished gold necklace. This unique necklace is designed in a strong geometric link motif. This ''tank track'' necklace is an exceptionally rare expression of this jewelry style. Following World War II, jewelry makers in Europe and America made heavy geometric link jewelry popular. Their inspiration for these pieces were the wheel tracks from the tanks which were used so extensively during the war.
A French 18 karat gold pendant necklace with diamonds by Van Cleef & Arpels, Paris. The necklace is composed of triple bar links joined by multiple strands of oval trace link chains, highlighted by arched bars set with 35 round brilliant-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 1.40 carats. suspending a detachable pendant of conforming design. The necklace has a detachable segment allowing it to be converted from 19" to 16". This necklace is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Van Cleef & Arpels. With its contemporary sensibility and soft flexibility, this necklace is unmistakably French modern. The dynamic geometric motifs are creatively extended and completed by the draping, flexible swags of trace link chains, while the smooth, polished gold is counterbalanced by the contrasting lines of brilliants.
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