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A negligee necklace is one that has two suspended drops of different lengths, and here is a fabulous aquamarine and diamond the Art Deco period of the 1920â€™s, and you have a magnificent necklace such as this one here. This is such a stunning design that is sure to capture the eyes of all who see it from near or from across the room. Entirely made in platinum, the chain from each end meets up at the centre where there is a gorgeous circular wreath design set with twelve rose cut diamonds and six natural pearls. This design is so charming and then has the two drops coming down from the bottom. With one set with three natural pearls and the other two, the longest drop measures 6.2cm in length. With each drop having a pear cut aquamarine that are both perfectly matched in colour and displaying such a lovely soft blue colour, they total 2.02 carats and the necklace measures 40cm in length making the negligee section sit perfectly on the neckline. Destined to be the star of any outfit, this Art Deco negligee piece is absolutely stunning. Stock# ET631 Circa: 1920 $Sold
This ring not only sits perfectly on the finger, but looks so elegant and shows just why there is nothing quite like a genuine Art Deco ring sitting on your finger. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum in the 1920's, the design is so simple yet so eye catching and will no doubt always be admired/ Set with three carre cut natural blue sapphires that total 0.90 carats, they are surrounded by twenty single cut diamonds that total 0.20 carats and highlight the sapphires so well. Measuring 7.2mm wide by 13.1mm across, the proportions of this ring are perfect as well as making this ring so comfortable to wear all the time. Jewellery of the Art Deco era of the 1920's to the 1940's is one that has remained popular throughout the decades, and this ring easily shows just why this is. Stock# ET464 Circa: 1920 $4,550
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Here is a pendant that is the epitome of Art Deco jewellery - from its elegant angular design, to being hand made to such a high quality in 18 carat yellow gold and platinum, there is no doubt that this pendant will always be admired every time that it is worn. Dating from the 1920's, this is such a magnificent piece of jewellery that is perfect to wear for any occasion, and especially in the evening with that special dress, this will get the attention and admiration that it rightly deserves from near or far. The citrine has such a perfect colour and measures 8.70 carats and has such lovely straight sides that elongate the pendant perfectly. And then sitting above is the most beautiful pierce worked section that is set with two single cut diamonds and two round early brilliant cut diamonds, with the four diamonds coming together to total 0.10 carats and capture the light beautifully. These diamonds are perfect to highlight the incredible detail, all the while not taking away from the gorgeous cut and colour of the citrine. Measuring 3.7mm wide by 11.6mm, this is the perfect pendant for any woman of any age, as well any occasion. Stock# ET271 Circa: 1920 $Sold
Here is a truly exquisite Art Deco agate box with platinum diamond and black onyx hinges that highlights the quality and attention to detail that is the epitome of the Art Deco period of the 1920's. Carved in agate, the box measures 88mm in length by 63mm wide and 12.8mm tall, and even though the platinum diamond and onyx fittings were made in France and was no doubt where this was all assembled, the box would have more than likely have been carved in the gemstone carving centre of the world, Idar-Oberstein in Germany.Â For centuries Idar-Oberstein was known as the best place in the world for cutting agate that was sourced both locally as well as from Brazil. The hinges and clasp on this box bear French hallmarks for being made in platinum, and the clasp is set with fifty seven diamonds and each hinge forty one diamonds. With each section further highlighted with facetted black onyx, this wonderful black and white combination stands out even more to show the elegant design and shape that is so characteristic of the Art Deco period. Absolutely exquisite, this is a box for the discerning collector. Stock# W1563cc Circa: 1920 $Sold.
What could be more beautiful and unique as a hand made Art Deco diamond engagement ring adorning your finger and here is one that is absolutely stunning in both its style and exquisite detail. Hand made in 18ct yellow gold and platinum in the 1930's, Art Deco jewellery from this era has always remained so popular and sought after. In the centre is a vibrant brilliant cut diamond that measures 0.38 carats and is F in colour and Si in clarity and set into the gorgeous platinum setting really makes this diamond stand out. And then to highlight not just this centre diamond but the exquisite detail are a total of ten more diamonds that not only add extra sparkle but really showcases the extraordinary attention to detail that went into hand making this ring all those years ago. The attention to detail and quality that can only be produced from hand making a ring really shows just why there is nothing like a genuine Art Deco diamond engagement ring adorning your finger. Stock# ES6770 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
Dating from the 1930's, this Art Deco diamond ring would suit any finger or occasion including making a wonderful example of a genuine Art Deco diamond engagement ring, and no matter which finger it is worn on, it is destined to always be loved and cherished. Beautifully hand made in platinum in the 1930's, platinum is the purest of all the precious metals used in jewellery and can be crafted to the highest quality unlike any other metal including gold. In the exquisite setting are three early brilliant cut diamonds that total 0.55 carats and have a wonderful sparkle to them all. However it is not just these diamonds that makes this ring so special and unique - it is also the addition of a further twelve more diamonds that are set not just at the end of the ring but also the sides. The detail in the setting is just captivating and time to hand make this ring would have been immense. Even down the side of the band the detail continues with the hand engraving to finish the ring so perfectly. This is such an elegant and stylish example of an Art Deco diamond ring at its finest. Stock# ES6538 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
Here is a truly spectacular Art Deco diamond ring that is destined to stand out on any finger and would also make a wonderful Art Deco diamond engagement ring. Beautifully made in 18ct white gold in the 1930's, this Art Deco diamond ring is set with three large diamonds and a butterfly design on each shoulder. It is this small but significant attention to detail that goes to create one of the most magnificent Art Deco diamond rings around. All the diamonds are early brilliant cuts, and total an impressive 2.35 carats. They are I to J in colour and Vs to Si in clarity and set length ways really accentuate the finger so well. From left to right, the ring measures 8.1mm by an impressive 21.4mm in length. And as mentioned on each shoulder it has been designed with a butterfly which really adds so much charm and character to an already impressive ring. There is no doubt that this ring is impressive and for any finger will really stand out and as an engagement ring will certainly impress all whi see and admire it. Stock# ES7728 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
Here is a truly magnificent diamond bracelet made in the Art Deco period of the 1920's that has been all hand made in platinum and set with an incredible 104 diamonds in the most elegant and sophisticated design. Jewellers of the 1920's really knew how to created masterpieces and this is one of those pieces. Measuring 17.4cm in length and 9.4mm wide, this Art Deco diamond bracelet sits so well on the wrist and thanks to all of those diamonds sparkles so brilliantly. There are a total of 24 European cut diamonds that total 4.80 carats all of which is highlighted by a further 80 rose cut diamonds and 176 rose cut diamonds that come together to total 2.56 carats. This is simply magnificent and so typical of a piece made by a master jeweller of the Art Deco era. Stock# ES2489 Circa: 1920 $Sold.