*Tiffany & co 1982 Paloma Picasso Mohawk ring in 18 kt yellow gold and Petrified-Fossilized wood
Sculptural cocktail ring designed by Paloma Picasso for Tiffany & Co.
Very rare sleek ring designed in Paris, France by Paloma Picasso back in the 1982. This fabulous wearable sculpture is called, the Mohawk and was crafted, with impeccable details in solid yellow gold of 18 karats and natural brownish Petrified-Fossilized wood, with a beautiful spots patterns.
Have a total weight of 11.7 Grams and the actual size is 6.25, cannot be enlarged, only downsized.
The top view measures are 38 mm by 6.5 mm (1.50 by 0.25 Inches) and raise 18 mm over the finger,
Stamped, with the maker's mark, the serial numbers, the gold assay hallmark and signed full, "TIFFANY & CO. FRANCE 18k PALOMA PICASSO 1982 9522".
Paloma Picasso was the Daughter of the artists Pablo Picasso and Françoise Gilot. Paloma has been a creative force since the day she was born. Growing up in France, she was surrounded by art and was always encouraged to create herself, which she did with great enthusiasm—firstly, with childhood drawings and, later, through her now iconic jewelry collections for tiffany. Embodying the art and culture movement of the 1980s in New York city, Paloma was a progressive choice for Tiffany & Co.
Note: We cannot track any other ring with this wood variation. A similar version from the collection was also produced in white or yellow gold, with natural color gemstones.
Note: An identical version, with white petrified-Fossilized wood also exist (see figures).
It is in perfect condition.
INVENTORY REF: R0000SAIE/.2812