Art Deco Diamond Conversion Necklace
This piece is a reminder of the opulence of the Art Deco period which emerged after WW1. The deprivations of the war gave way to new luxurious finishes which defined the Art Deco aesthetic. Yellow gold was out of favour giving way to radiant white settings. There was an abundance of diamonds which can be seen in this sweet pendant we made from the remnants of a broken pearl necklace from the period. 10 precisely cut diamonds are set into a silver setting strung from 2 hoops onto a 9ct white gold chain.
HOW TO WEAR: Perfect for the delicate wedding dress or subtle enough for everyday wear. This pendant is fixed onto this chain.
Condition: The piece is in fantastic condition following its transformation by a professional goldsmith in the famous Hatton Garden jewellery quarter in London.
Era: Art Deco
23.5cm (18inch) chain length
Pendant mesures 15mm x 5mm
Hallmarks: New gold chain stamped "375"
Materials: 9ct new white gold chain, silver and diamond clasp