Art Deco Platinum Two Diamond Drop Earrings
A lovely pair of Derives from the Spanish word 'platina' meaning 'little silver'. Acknowledged since the 1900s, platinum's durability and natural brightness has been and still is today highly treasured A metallic element prized for its rarity, whiteness, high tensile strength and insusceptibility to corrosion, platinum first became widely used in jewellery in the late ninete... More and A precious, lustrous gemstone made of highly compressed carbon. Diamonds are one of the hardest materials known to mankind. Colours of diamonds range from colourless, yellow, orange and brown to almost black. Natural coloured (or ‘fancy’) diamonds can be extremely rare. The cut, colour, clarity and carat weight of a diamond are the criteria jewellers use... More When something has segments connected by flexible joints. drop earrings that were made in the Jewellery made in the Art Deco era (1920-1935). period in the 1920s. They each have a forty five A unit of weight for a diamond, being one-hundredth of a metric carat. It is used for weights that are decimal fractions of a carat, and all figures after the second decimal point are, in the diamond and jewellery trade, generally discarded. diamond suspended on a knife edge platinum bar on to another smaller diamond at the top. The diamonds are very bright and well matched stones and have A technique developed in the late 19th century as a textural effect to metal work on the edges or bezels of jewellery. That technique is referred to as millegrain (or mille grain or even milegrain). From the French word mille for a thousand, and from grain as the same meaning in English, it refers to what appears to be thousands of tiny beads upon a metal pr... More detail around them. They are a simple and clean design and look very chic when worn.
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Diamonds approx total weight 1 carat
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