*Tiffany & Co. France Jean Schlumberger lozenge earrings in 18 kt with blue enamel
*Tiffany & Co. France Jean Schlumberger lozenge earrings in 18 kt with blue enamel
*Tiffany & Co. France Jean Schlumberger lozenge earrings in 18 kt with blue enamel
*Tiffany & Co. France Jean Schlumberger lozenge earrings in 18 kt with blue enamel
*Tiffany & Co. France Jean Schlumberger lozenge earrings in 18 kt with blue enamel
*Tiffany & Co. France Jean Schlumberger lozenge earrings in 18 kt with blue enamel
*Tiffany & Co. France Jean Schlumberger lozenge earrings in 18 kt with blue enamel
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*Tiffany & Co. France Jean Schlumberger lozenge earrings in 18 kt with blue enamel

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Rare earrings designed by Jean Schlumberger for tiffany & co.

This pair has been created at the prestigious Jean Schlumberger studios in Paris, France. They are part of the Schlumberger collection called lozenge, in reference to the triangles in the surface.

They was carefully crafted in solid 18 karats of high polished yellow gold and  suited with comfortable French omega backs for fastening clips. If desired the posts options can be easily added.

Embellished with the applications of hot navy blue foiled enamel over a guilloche surfaces.

The total weight of this is 30.9 grams and have a measures of 28 mm by 17 mm.

Stamped with the hallmarks, "TIFFANY & CO. SCHLUMBERGER STD. .750 FRANCE"

The Parisian artist and jeweler Jean Schlumberger's (1907-1987) career began as a costume designer for Elsa Schiaparelli. Recognition came when in 1955; he joined Tiffany & Co, becoming the first designer given the privilege of signing his name to his jewelry creations. Schlumberger's love of nature such as butterflies, birds, sea life and flowers lean to enchanting designs that are highly prized and very collectible to this days.

In 1956 the president of tiffany & co. Walter Hovin asked Jean Schlumberger to begin designing for the firm. He had his own workshop at the company until his retirement in the late 1970's and was eventually made vice president of the company. Schlumberger designs at tiffany were remarkable for their whimsical interpretation of natural forms. He was especially inspired by the sea creatures and others animals. He was an exceptional designer, jeweler and a master enameller.

They are in perfect condition with vibrant blue enamel and are accompanied by the designer’s jewelry box.

INVENTORY REF: E0000EEEN/.7427


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