A stunning pair of diamond earrings from the late Art Deco (ca1930) era! These elegant earrings are made of platinum with 14k gold posts and display a beautiful geometric drop design. The posts attach to platinum surmounts, each holding a bead-set single cut diamond amidst a milgrain setting. Hanging from the surmount is the larger dangle, which mimics the milgrain detail found on the surmount across the entire design of the earring. The dangles feature a series of 13 bead-set single and round cuts, with one larger diamond drawing in focus on each dangle. The old European cut central stone is prong set on a raised bezel to give it a little extra dimension, and are each estimated to weigh approximately 0.25ctw. We estimate the cumulative total carat weight to be approximately 1.35ctw, with H/I color, VS2-SI1 clarity. Completing the earrings are 14k gold posts with hinged lever backs for additional security. A fabulous pair of diamond dangle earrings, these sparklers are ready for your next formal event!
Measurements: The earrings hang 1 1/2" long and measure just about 3/8" wide at widest.
Condition: The overall condition of the earrings is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the platinum setting or to any of the diamonds, all of which are intact. The posts and levers are secure and in good condition.