Art Deco 14KT White Gold 4.45ctw Ruby and Diamond Bracelet. Seven and one-eighth inch bracelet features a ruby and diamond plaque supported by a semi-flexible geometric inspired ruby and diamond ribbon, terminating in a concealed clasp with safety bar. The bracelet is reminiscent of the jewelry designs from the Art Deco Period.
A beautiful and rare Art Deco brooch, French, circa 1930. Centring a round sapphire cabochon within an onyx frame, and further set with calibré rubies, mounted in gold. Illegible maker's mark. 6 x 3cm. Evocative of the work of great jewellers of the Art Deco period, such as Jean Després, Gérard Sandoz, Jean Fouquet, Raymond Templier, Jean Dunand and many others. #ArtDeco #brooch
Art Deco Emerald, onyx and diamond earrings from the Decades Collection in platinum. Rich beads of green emerald swing from adornments of diamonds and carved onyx, evoking the early moments of the Art Deco period.
Jakob Bengel - 1930s. Liberation of everyday, ‘artifical’ materials, those having no intrinsic value, for jewelry design was first possible in Europe in the early years of the 20th century. First-rate artists and designers experimented with everything that lent itself to jewelry - glass, horn, enamel, textiles, brass and other alloys, e.g., tombac; with hard rubber, celluloid, bakelite, paper, paint and wood. ‘Material snobbism’ was rejected by young designers; suited to Art Deco and Bauhaus