Belle Epoque Eternal Elegance!
The Belle Epoque (1890-1915) encompassed three jewelry design periods: Art Nouveau, the Arts and Crafts movement, and Edwardian. The “Beautiful Era” was a time of increasing wealth and flourishing arts. When cinema boomed, movie stars, instead of European royalty, became trend setters. As a result, Hollywood (and America) emerged as the ones to watch
This outstanding Edwardian pendant is a good example of the era understated for the greatest elegance ever made
it is all Platinum hand crafted displaying an intense labour technique which hardly finds any equal, light, elaborate arts craft full of dazzling sparkle as the old mine cut set on it project the best of sparkle all throughout
The marvel of marvel, it appears like a Venetian trim with all motifs in vogue during that period
Bears 3.15 Ct Diamonds on it between old mine cut and rose cut Diamonds, 1 old mine cut diamond of approx .40 Ct (H/SI) – 15 old mine cut diamonds totalling approx 2.25 Ct (G/H-VVS/VS) – 22 rose cut diamonds totalling approx .50 Ct (by spread)
It comes in match with a latter 18KT chain of classy look
This is the perfect important necklace to wear on jeans or at evening events, wearable at any occasion, expressing all the charm of the “Belle Epoque“ era