A gorgeous pair of fine early Art Deco diamonds long drop earrings, dating circa 1918 s, masterfully hand crafted in platinum in a classical early Art Deco design.
These outstanding earrings feature on the top a pair well-matched old-cut diamonds of very fine quality, weighing together approx. 1.04 cwt, in the bottom a pair of well-matched old-cut pear-shape diamonds of very fine quality weighing together approx. 2.44 cwt. ; joining the top diamonds and the bottom diamonds an elegant flexible articulated line of lively bright sparkling round diamonds.The secured closures “Alpha” system are a later transformation; made in 18 k white gold.
The earrings come in their probably original gift box; Simonet – Deanscutter a supplier of the Belgian royal house, who obtained three Grand prix at Belgian Exhibitions in: 1905, 1910 and 1913.
Period: Early Art Deco circa 1918 s.
Material: Earrings are made in platinum 950, acid tested, the closure system are made in 18 k white gold; weighing 6.6 gram.
Two (2) pear-shape old-cut diamonds weighing approx. 1.22 carat each, Color D-E (colorless), Clarity VS 2-SI 1.
Two (2) round old-cut diamonds weighing approx. 0.52 carat each, Color G, Clarity SI.
Thirty-eight (38) round mixed-cut diamonds, weighing approx. 0.50 carat, Color G, Clarity SI.
The total weight of diamond is approx. 3.98 carat.
Measurements: length 5 cm (1.96 inch), at the widest point 0.9 cm (0.35 inch).
The earrings come with an appraisal for 22,500 Euro .
Please note: In order to preserve the original condition of the jewel, stones have not been removed from their setting. All diamonds, weight, color, grade and clarity, unless stipulated otherwise, have been made by measurement formula and comparison.