*Kutchinsky 1972 London 18 kt gold cluster earrings with 19.56 Cts in diamonds sapphires and turquoises
Pair of ear-clips designed by Kutchinsky.
Beautiful mirrored pair of earrings with a cluster of gemstones designed in London by the house of Kutchinsky, circa 1972. They was crafted with an impeccable craftmanship in solid yellow gold of 18 karats. Suited at the reverse with a hinged omega back for fastening clips.
The surface is mount in full, with 10 oval cabochons cuts of natural blue Turquoises (6.5 Carats) and 12 cabochons natural blue sapphires, carved with free-form organic motifs (12.86 Cts)
Accented by 10 round brilliants cuts diamonds (0.20 Cts) mounted in platinum bezels.
They have a weight of 22.95 Grams and a measures of 32 mm by 18 mm.
Both are signed in the backs, "KUTCHINSKY .750 TK-RAI".
Kutchinsky, was a jewelry company founded in the 1890 and was always based in London, United Kingdom. They has been very well know jewelry makers, with attention to fine quality, craft and well-made designed pieces, This piece was made in the beginning of the 1970's when the company was more focused on larger pieces right in step with the style of the seventies. As usual made in 18 karats gold this piece is one of the perfect examples of the late Kutchinsky mid-century taste.
Note: The 12 sapphire gems are fully cut with organic motifs, they have an exceptional vivid royal blue color, with great saturation and transparency. The origin is from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and they are not heated.
They are in perfect condition, with gorgeous look
INVENTORY REF: E0000TMNN/.5516