Ma Vie - My Era 20s & 30s
Art Deco and the fashions that went with it.
Art Deco Jadeite, Ruby Diamond Earrings Michele Della Valle
Mae Murray married her 4th and most famous (or notorious) husband “prince” David Mdivani, 26th June in 1926 in a lavish Beverly Hills affair, with a wedding lunch hosted by none other than Rudolph Valentino at the famed Ambassador Hotel.
"The forehead was considered 'unfashionable' in the 1920s. This stunning photo is a classic example of how headbands were used to cover this part of the face."
Fashion of the 1920's - Video Love the top at around 1:59 and the outfit at 2:34!
Art Deco Ring. 2.80ct marquise faceted diamond measuring 15mm long and 8mm wide, graded Very Light-yellow(P) color and VS1 clarity surrounded by alternately aligned diamond and ruby-reeds. 160 French square-cut rubies, cumulatively weighing 2.00cts graded an eye-pleasing 'scarlet' color and 'good' clarity, adorn the ovular plaque and the bejeweled triumvirate shoulders, complemented by 0.52cts of fiery old mine-cut diamonds graded I color and SI clarity range.
Art Deco Ring. 2.80ct marquise faceted diamond measuring 15mm long and 8mm wide, graded Very Light-yellow(P) color and VS1 clarity surrounded by alternately aligned diamond and ruby-reeds.
1930s diamond ring arranged in tiers and set in platinum. Center 2 carats, total 5. (Pierre Bergé & Assoc.)
Art Deco Clutch - 1930's - Enamel and chrome frame is typically Art Deco with its geometric shapes and colors trenches - @Mlle
Evening ensemble, 1938 Elsa Schiaparelli (Italian, 1890–1973) Ivory silk organza embroidered with metallic thread, purl, and rhinestones
Evening Gown - 1926 - The Diaghilev Era
Kem Weber, lounge chair, 1929. @designerwallace
Tiffany & Co. Micro Beaded Evening Bag - c. 1920