Sitting perfectly on the neck, this French Art Deco fringe pearl and diamond necklace dating from the 1920's is just so elegant and will make any woman feel like royalty wearing it.
The discovery in 1922 by Howard Carter of King Tutankhamun's tomb came at a perfect time in jewellery making, as the styles and designs of ancient Egypt worked beautifully in the designs of the Art Deco period. Jewellery with this style is often referred to as "Egyptian Revival" as can be seen here in this fringe necklace.
Made in 18ct yellow gold, the necklace is set with eleven natural pearls and eleven rose cut diamonds set into the most beautiful design. Measuring 40cm in length, it sits so well on the neck and will make any woman walk tall with this around her neck.
So elegant and regal, there is something so special about genuine Art Deco jewellery, and this Art Deco fringe necklace is just perfect for any woman for any occasion.
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French Art Deco fringe pearl and diamond necklace dating from the mid-1920's. The fringe necklace is a style of necklace that has been found as far back 300BC. The fringe necklace is a design that is worn close to the neck and incorporates a series of pendants that hang down. The discover of King Tutankhamun's tomb is 1922 by Howard Carter resulted in the Egyptian style to be embraced by jewellers of the Art Deco period. Jewellery made with an ancient Egyptian style is often called "Egyptian Revival" and this influence can be seen here in this Art Deco fringe necklace. Set with natural pearls and diamonds, the style has both the Art Deco design as well as being influenced by the discoveries of ancient Egypt.
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