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ART DECO

Art Deco or deco, is an eclectic artistic and design style that began in Paris in the 1920s and flourished internationally throughout the 1930s and into the World War II era.The style influenced all areas of design, including architecture and interior design, industrial design, fashion and jewelry, as well as the visual arts such as painting, graphic arts and film. WIKIPEDIA

A pair of art deco diamond and enamel pendent earrings, circa 1925 Each old brilliant and single-cut diamond surmount, suspending a single-cut diamond foliate motif within a black enamel openwork geometric plaque, terminating in a pear-shaped diamond drop, pear-shaped diamonds approx. 3.30cts total, length 5.6cm

A ruby, diamond, emerald, onyx pendant necklace. Sugarloaf cabochon-cut ruby within a stylised pavé-set brilliant-cut diamond plaque, with baguette-cut diamond highlights, to an outer border of calibre-cut emeralds and onyx, suspending an articulated similarly set diamond, emerald and onyx pendant drop, terminating in a tapered baguette-cut diamond, pear-shape cabochon ruby diamond cluster drop, all suspended from a millegrain-set circular-cut diamond trace-link back chain.

Cartier Art Deco Diamond and Platinum Bracelet, Circa 1928-1930.

Precious earrings in silver by the late Art Nouveau style, with decorative motifs in early art deco setting of diamonds and blue sapphires | JV

Breathtaking Art Deco 1.04tcw Diamond and Emerald Glass Brooch Pendant

Alfred Meakin Art Deco Tea Cup, Marigold Pattern

Clara Bow on the set of "The Wild Party" (1929). °

1929 The Canary Murder Case - Louise Brooks, William Powell

Pandora's Box, Francis Lederer, Carl Goetz, Louise Brooks, 1929 Premium Poster at Art.com

Ruth Taylor in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" (1928)

Gloria Swanson in Zaza, 1923

clara bow 1930. Everyone needs to read her biography. Such an interesting and sad life!

Olive Borden

Movie poster, "The Son Of The Sheik", starring Rudolph Valentino and Vilma Banky

Musidora as Irma Vep (anagram of 'vampire') in “Les Vampires”, 1915. S)

French Sampler: Natacha Rambova I own an original copy of this magazine!

Gloria Swanson in "The Affairs of Anatol", 1921

Louise Brooks For Bradley

Colleen Moore