*Tiffany & Co. 1980 Paloma Picasso 18 kt geometric earrings with 36 Ctw gemstones
Asymmetrical earrings designed by Paloma Picasso for Tiffany & Co.
beautiful one-of-a-kind pieces, created back in the 1980's by Paloma Picasso. They was crafted, with a fabulous tri-dimensional geometric shape in solid 18 karats of high polished yellow gold, Suited at the reverse, with omega backs for fastening clips. the posts options for pierced ears can be easily added.
Bezel set with a pair of fancy asymmetric cuts (18 x 20 x 10.5 mm) of deep orange madeira citrines, with a combined weight of 36 carats.
This pair have a total weight of 20.7 grams and have a measures of 21 mm by 20 mm by 10 mm.
Signed by the artist and stamped with the assay hallmarks, "TIFFANY & CO. .750 PALOMA PICASSO 1984".
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.
They are in perfect condition. Very nice vintage collector's pieces and are accompanied by the designer jewelry box.
INVENTORY REF: E0000AMIE/.4975