Geometrically-designed Art deco brooch

This exquisite diamond geometrically-designed Art Deco brooch is crafted out of platinum. This precious metal has only just been introduced in the jewellery industry. This platinum brooch is mounted with thirty-seven old cut diamonds. The six biggest diamonds are old European cuts and are all between approximately 0.14ct and 0.17ct. The other diamonds are single cuts all between 0.015ct and 0.06ct. These diamonds are geometrically set in a pave setting.

The closure is a trombone gasp which was mainly used in Europe from the beginning till the mid-20th century. It’s an improved security on the clasp which was more fragile before. Like all things they kept improving the clasps of brooches. Later that century a new clasp was invented as a result of which this clasp was no longer made. 

Art deco was a popular style movement from the beginning of the 20th century. It was eclectic, art deco is a pastiche of the many different styles that preceded it. It combined previous styles with the new upcoming industrial one which was often contradictory. Traditional motifs were complemented by a tighter look that was influenced by the latest technologies opposed to art nouveau, which is very organic.

We love this brooch because the open work gives this heavy jewel a airy look. The diamonds and geometric design ensure that this jewel is balanced and peaceful but at the same time striking and dazzling. From classic to modern, festive to casual, this antique brooch can be combined with anything.






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House of Magic Treasures: Geometrically-designed Art deco brooch
Geometrically-designed Art deco brooch
geometrically-designed Art deco brooch
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