From one of the innovators of 20th century jewellery comes this classy but affordable diamond necklace.
Guiseppe Perez was a 20th century designer with a mission to create fun, dazzling jewellery with a high class edge but not high class prices. For this reason he used fine gemstones – diamonds, sapphires, rubies etc but often set them in silver. This fringe drop necklace is one such example. There are tokenistic references to art deco here but with a delicate modern feel. Seven strands of hinged teardrops, each set with a one point diamond hang from a double chevron of florets, similarly mounted and hung from a fine belcher chain with lobster claw clasp.
The clasp is marked 925 and the pendant marked GP (for Guiseppe Perez) and retail number, but so small that a loupe is required to spot it. This makes a dazzling statement, perfectly paired with a classic evening outfit, a stunning gift at any time of year.
This necklace is in beautiful condition, though the piece is not that old so this is not surprising. All diamonds are present and correct and the silver is probably platinum plated to protect from tarnish.
- Pendant: 5 x 2 cm (2 x 0.9 inches)
- Chain: 44 cm (17 inches)
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