Sigurd Persson Jewelry from the 1960s. Sweden. Source Persson was not only famous for his individual style but for his modern serial production designs. Before he started his own studio in 1952 he was head of design for Stigbert, a progressive jewelry company in Sweden.
This streamlined modern beauty, sleekly and substantially crafted in platinum, showcases an elongated rectangular, richly saturated green tourmaline. The gemstone is embellished on each side by a slender baguette diamond followed by a baguette onyx set in a classic Art Deco-style stepped arrangement for a chic and dramatic effect. This sleek mid-twentieth century jewel measures 5/8 inch long. $3950