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Late Art Deco is sometimes referred to as Style Moderne. Known for streamlined forms, straight lines and rectangles, American designers seem to have perfected it. Stepped forms, use of repetitive shapes and less ornamentation are a few of the cardinal elements.

Imagine soaring skylines, machine age design, sleek objects and bold color and voila…a pendant of 14k white gold featuring natural coral cut en cabochon accented with a vertical line of five (5) diamonds cleaved in the new cut of the era, the “French cut”.

Date: Circa 1930; chain is possibly later.

Item 15258

Art Moderne 1930s Style: Streamlined Pendant

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Measurements: 1-1/4 inches (3.2 cm) in length including bale by 7/16 of an inch (1.1 cm) in width. Chain is 16 inches (40.6 cm) in length. Weight of 8.0 grams (2.1 dwt).

Hallmarks: 14k on chain clasp.

Condition: Excellent.

Origin: Chain is American.

Story

Late Art Deco is sometimes referred to as Style Moderne. Known for streamlined forms, straight lines and rectangles, American designers seem to have perfected it. Stepped forms, use of repetitive shapes and less ornamentation are a few of the cardinal elements.

Imagine soaring skylines, machine age design, sleek objects and bold color and voila…a pendant of 14k white gold featuring natural coral cut en cabochon accented with a vertical line of five (5) diamonds cleaved in the new cut of the era, the “French cut”.

Date: Circa 1930; chain is possibly later.

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