"Clips," as they are often referred to, are considered legendary by jewelry cognoscenti. Consider this outstanding example of an Art Deco clip featuring white diamonds of various cuts and shapes, arranged in harmonious balance and pure form. Setting the stage for the notorious, fancy-cut, kite-shaped diamond weighing 1.28 carats, approximately K - L color and VS clarity, centers this original Art Deco clip/brooch. There is a lot of high drama going on here. Mounted in platinum, set with baguette, marquise, old European-cut and one triangular cut diamond together totaling approximately 4.75 carats, approximately G - H color and VS clarity. Don't miss out on this excellent opportunity to add a legendary jewel to your own carefully chosen collection. Supply and demand is real. Can be worn as a pendant, as shown, suspended from a delicate 14-karat white gold chain or other. Estate Art Deco diamond and platinum clip/brooch with one large fancy-cut kite-shaped diamond circa 1925.
DIMENSIONS: 1 3/8" long and 1 1/16" wide overall, 16" long 14 karat white gold chain included (pictured).
DIAMOND WEIGHT: kite shape diamond weighing 1.28 carats, additional smaller diamonds totaling approximately 4.75 carats. Approximate total diamond weight is 6 carats.
Reference Number: P-CSJ724
Period: Art Deco
Condition: Excellent consistent with age and wear
Metal Type: Platinum, 14 karat white gold