*French Art Deco 1930 Convertible necklace in 18 kt Platinum with 33.71 Cts Diamonds & Madeira Citrine
French Art-Deco Gem set Necklace.
Beautiful antique piece, created in Paris France during the Art-Deco period, circa 1925-1930. This stunning and colorful convertible necklace has been crafted in .900 platinum and 18 kt white gold. It is suited with a bale to wear into a chain and an alternative horizontal hinged pin bar with a lock to wear as a brooch. Made with impeccable details, careful assembled and special attention to the details.
It is accompanied by a platinum chain of 18 Inches (45.72 Cm).
Mounted in a nine-prongs setting, with a fancy Calf faceted cut (25 x 25 11 mm) of a natural vivid orange madeira citrine of 32.79 carats.
Embellished, with 18 European round cut diamonds, 0.72 carats F/G/H color, VS/SI clarity. All diamonds settings are finished with millegrain patterns
Has a total weight of 16.7 Grams and the measure of the drop pendant is 55 mm by 26 mm (2.16 x 1.02 Inches).
Stamped, with French national hallmarks; the dog's head for the assay and guaranty of the Platinum and the eagle's head for the assay of the 18 kt gold.
Calf Cuts, are gemstones which technically speaking are a modified rendition of the trapezoid, are a rare, unique, and alluring choice for jewelry. An exciting alternative to trillion cuts due to their increased depth. This uncommon cut calf cut diamonds can be the more costly in the market because they are harder to come by and the trimming procedure requires much skill and artistry.
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.
It is in perfect state of preservation, without alteration of diamonds. This piece is in its original condition, as indicated from the time.
INVENTORY REF: N0000AAEN/.4817