Here we have a magnificent early Art Deco aquamarine and pearl necklace that is made in such a stunning design and sits so well on the neckline and is destined to be admired.
Made in the early 1920’s, this Art Deco necklace is made in 15ct gold and platinum. Platinum was often used in the 1920’s and remains so popular today thanks to its pure white colour and wonderful ability to be drawn into a fine wire while still retaining it s strength.
When the necklace is laid out, it measures 41cm from end to end, and the pendant itself measures 2.5cm wide by 3.5cm from the pearl at the top to the pearl at the bottom, and then there are the two chains leading up to the aquamarine at the very top.
In total there are 6 pearls and 2 aquamarines, and both the aquamarines and pearls match so well with the gold and the platinum.
The design of this Art Deco necklace is so elegant and refined and a true example of the wonderful pieces of jewellery that was being created during the fabulous 1920’s.