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Diamond Cluster and Platinum Earrings

$25,000

The thrilling composition of this pair of mid-20th century platinum earrings with round-, baguette-, and marquise-cut diamonds clustered together in a semi-circular pattern against the lobe, framing the face with radiant light. Two intertwined diamond-encrusted vines seem to wrap around and pull away from one another, creating fascinating dramatic tension. The central element of the earring terminates at the jawline with a floral bouquet of marquise diamonds, creating a lovely, tender effect.

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Item #: ER-16560
Circa: 1950s
Size: 1.625” length, 1” width 
Materials: 60 Round-cut diamonds (approximate total weight of 3.00 carats); 36 Baguette-cut diamonds (approximate total weight of 2.60 carats); 10 Marquise-cut diamonds (approximate total weight of 1.30 carats); Platinum

Creating composition, space, and volume by employing the various shapes and cuts of diamonds is characteristic of the Modern style. Developed and popularized by the house of Cartier in the first years of the 20th century, the Modern Style was a bold departure from traditional jewelry construction.
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