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Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum, this genuine Art Deco aquamarine and diamond pendant was made in the 1920's and has such an elegant and stylish design to it that will always be admired no matter where or when it is worn. Measuring 19.6mm across by 39.7mm, sitting proudly in the centre is an oval aquamarine that measures 1.80 carat in weight with a further four aquamarines surrounding it with an additional one suspended from the bottom. These five aquamarines come together to total 0.78 carats, and all six aquamarines are perfectly matched in colour and clarity having that wonderful pure blue colour. Then there are four sections each set with three rose cut diamonds and to finish it off and to showcase the quality of this pendant, there are three more rose cut diamonds set into the bail. These diamonds total 0.08 carats and have all the charm and character of genuine antique diamonds that were cut by hand all those years ago. Perfect for that special birthday or occasion, this Art Deco aquamarine and diamond pendant is as beautiful today as when it was made. Stock # ES8823 Circa: 1920 $6,850
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Here is a truly unique and very beautiful Art Deco era sapphire and diamond double sided pendant that is so versatile thanks to one side being set entirely with diamonds and the other with a sapphire in the centre. Hand made in platinum in the 1920's, the pendant measures 26.2mm across by 26.6mm or 35.9mm to the top of the diamond set bail. The design of this pendant is typical of the geometric designs of the jewellery created in the 1920's through to the 1940's and exemplifies why the Art Deco period is as popular today as when the beautiful creations were made all those year ago. On the side with the sapphire, there are a twenty eight rose cut diamonds with a further four rose cut diamonds on the bail and the sapphire in the centre. The sapphire measures 0.12 carats and is a perfect blue colour that stands out against the pure white of the platinum and the sparkle from the diamonds. The other side is again set withÂ twenty eight rose cut diamonds with a further four rose cut diamonds on the bail, and in the centre is a European cut diamond. This centre diamond weighs 0.10 carats and the rose cuts come together to total 0.32 carats. This is such an amazing piece of Art Deco jewellery that is literally two pieces of jewellery in one, that can be worn which ever way forward as the heart desires. Stock# ES8697 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
Just look at the design of this genuine Art Deco era sapphire, diamond and pearl pendant dating from the 1920's and imaging how it would feel around your neck. Exquisitely hand made in platinum, the quality of craftsmanship is up there with the best of the best and this pendant is a true work of art. Jewellers of the Art Deco period of the 1920's to the 1940's embraced platinum due to its pure white colour that never tarnishes and its amazing ability to be drawn into a fine wire, all the while being strong enough to support the gemstones set into it. In the circular wreath pattern there are twenty four diamonds plus another set on top of the sapphire in the centre, and ingeniously the diamonds set into the "petals" are rose cut diamonds and the one surrounded by a cluster of pearls plus the one above the sapphire are single cut diamonds. With a further single cut diamond set above the lower sapphire, these diamonds come together to total 0.50 carats. Leading from the circular section on a elegant double row, the platinum chain is set with sweet natural pearls leading to the sapphire that allows the 38cm platinum chain to run through. All three sapphires come together to total 1.20 carats and are all perfectly matched for colour and really stand out so beautifully against the pure white of the platinum. So elegant and refined, this is a spectacular pendant that will no doubt always be loved, cherished and admired. Stock# U042 Circa: 1920 $6,900
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Here is such an exquisite 15 carat gold and platinum Art Deco era diamond and pearl pendant and chain that looks so charming and will always be admired for its beauty and elegance. The pendant itself measures 23.2mm across by 32.1mm to the top where the platinum chain slides through, making it the perfect size to wear all the time where the diamond will always capture the light and emphasise the elegant design. Set with twenty one rose cut diamonds, with a further three on the bail, and six European cut diamonds, these antique diamonds are becoming so sought after in recent years and have all the charm and character of being painstakingly cut by hand all those years ago. With the diamonds having a total weight of 0.21 carats, there are also ten natural pearls set into the pendant that highlights the wonderful circular design of the pendant. Fitted on a hand made platinum chain that measures 44.5cm in length, this will let the pendant sit perfectly on the neckline where it will continue to get the admiration that it rightly deserves even after nearly 100 years has passed since being made. Stock# ES8536 Circa: 1920 $4,850
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Here is a beautiful Art Deco emerald and diamond drop pendant that sits perfectly on the neckline and is sure to always be admired and commented on. Hand made in 14 carat yellow and white gold in the 1920's, the pendant is designed with an elegant cluster of diamonds that leads up to the section set with more diamonds and those beautiful emeralds to give a wonderful contrast. In total there are twenty nine diamonds that have a total weight of 0.96 carats and the emeralds total 0.17 carats. The pendant section measures 13.1mm in diameter at the cluster section by 24mm to the chain, and laid out from end to end the chain measures 45.5cm. This is the perfect proportions to easily wear it during the day and well into the night and no matter where or when it is worn, it will certainly get the attention that it deserves. Stock# ES8212 Circa: 1920 $Sold.
This Art Deco rock crystal ruby and diamond pendant of a cherub is quite simply a masterpiece in jewellery and is breathtaking to admire from near or afar. Absolutely exquisitely made in the 1920â€™s in platinum, the expert hand carving of a cherub is incredible and has actually been reverse carved, meaning that it was carved from behind. More than likely this would have been carved in Idar-Oberstein in Germany which for centuries has been renowned as the place for superb quality carvings. Pieces from Idar-Oberstein have been sent all around the world to be set into jewellery such as this pendant here. The carving of the cherub is so precise and detailed and when you think that this was not only carved by hand, but also in reverse it is even more amazing. Rock crystal is from the quartz family and has been used for carvings for centuries due to its hardness and wonderful clear optical properties. Set entirely in platinum which was the most popular precious metal during the 1920â€™s Art Deco era, platinum has the wonderful ability to be made into a very fine wire, all the while being able to retain its strength to support and hold the rubies and diamonds set into this pendant. Surrounding the pendant on each side are thirteen rubies which stand out so well against the pure white of the platinum and then the pendant is highlighted with seventeen diamonds that sparkle in the light so beautifully. With the pendant measuring 18.7mm wide at the centre by 59mm from the bottom to the top of the bail, it is set on a 54cm 14ct white gold chain that is set with a platinum slide that itself is set with six more diamonds and three more rubies and accentuate the pendant just perfectly. The way this slide can move up and down the chain highlights the quality and thought that went into making this piece and shows just why Art Deco jewellery is so special. This is easily one of the finest Art Deco pendants that you could ever find and is just incredible from any angle that you look at it. Stock# ES7309 Circa: 1920 $Sold.