*Art Deco 1920 Ex Fred Leighton Drop Earrings in Platinum with 2.23 Cts in Diamonds & Pearls
Pair of Art Deco jeweled dangle earrings in platinum.
A gorgeous very high-end pieces created during the American Art-deco period, circa 1920's. This dangle earrings were carefully crafted with very sleek geometric patterns in solid .900/.999 platinum and .100/.999 iridium. They are suited at the reverse with posts for pierced ears and mechanical pressure push backs for fastening clips.
Embellished, with 104 graduated Old rose cut diamonds with a combined weight of 2.23 carats, F/G/H color, VS/SI clarity. All the diamonds settings are finished with millegrain pattern.
They drop with a fabulous graduated (2-4 mm) cascade of 60 natural round white-grayish pearls.
Has a combined weight of 16.8 Grams and a measures of 33 mm by 58 mm (1.3 x 2.28 Inches).
Note: Millegrain is a jewelry technique which refers to the textural effect of a close-set line of metal beads that are typically used as a border on the edges or bezels of jewelry.
Provenance: Fred Leighton, Madison Avenue New York, United States.
Fred Leighton, is an American antique jewelry business based on Madison avenue in New York city. The business is also known for lending jewelry to celebrities. He was called, the jeweler of the celebrities and the company's jewels have also been used in films including Marie Antoinette, The Devil wears Prada and the Sex and the City.
They are in perfect condition and are accompanied by the previous owner jewelry box.
INVENTORY REF: E0000SONN/.4846