This diamond and pearl necklace was made over 100 years ago, yet still retains such an elegant look that keeps it as fashionable today as when it was made.
Made during the Art Deco period of the 1920's in 15 carat rose gold and platinum, the colour of the rose gold looks so beautiful against the skin and has such a beautiful, warm tone to it that is accentuated further by the platinum.
Leading towards the centre of the chain which measures 42.5cm in length, is a bar section on each side that are set with a pearl that both lead to an early round brilliant cut diamond in the centre that then leads down to a further pearl, then the lovely double tear drop section set with another round early brilliant diamond. These diamonds total 0.18 carats and add the right amount of sparkle to the necklace without detracting from the overall aesthetics of it, and this necklace will be perfect for that summer outfit, or that special evening dress.
This necklace showcases the elegance and grace that is the Art Deco era, and will always look so beautiful around the neck.
1920's diamond and pearl necklace
1920's diamond and pearl necklace made in 15 carat rose gold and platinum during the Art Deco era.
When was the Art Deco period?
Although there was no exact start and finish date of the Art Deco era, it is generally accepted that it was from the 1920's through to the 1940's.
Where can I buy Art Deco jewellery in Australia?
From Kalmar Antiques in the Queen Victoria Building in Sydney.
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