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French Art Deco RETRO 1.5ct Diamond Earrings

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Fine and important pair of French 1940s Retro style diamond earrings / earclips. The large sized pair is crafted in 18 karat yellow gold and each earring measures approximately 60mm long x 30mm wide. The earrings resemble an exotic bird design and are typical for the top of the line French master jewelers of that time. There is a total of 18 brilliant cut diamonds set throughout the set with an average F-G color and VVS clarity and approximate total diamond weight of 1.5 carats. Gross weight of the earrings is 22.8 grams in 18 karat yellow gold. Similar and rare Retro design diamond earclips were very well sought after by celebrities during those times and are always presnt at major Sothebys and Christies fine jewelry sales. Scarce vintage jewelry collectors pair and one of the nice French diamond Retro style earclips.

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