George Necklace 5 patterns Diamonds Green gold Fine jewelry necklace in green gold 18k with diamonds

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Description

18k Green and Pink gold
5 diamonds (0.014ct each)
Forcat round chain 1mm
Length 36cm/38cm
Motif size: 0.5x1 cm (each)

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N° FJ2GP301

Details

George necklace, in 18k pink gold and 18k green gold, set with 5 diamonds on a 1mm forçat chain, size adjustable to 36cm or 38cm with return ring
Motif size: 0.5x1 cm (each)
Delivered in its box with a certificate of authenticity

The fleur-de-lys, a harmonious motif which runs through the archives, has been reinterpreted in the 19TH century collection on a series of rose gold pieces created in homage to one of the companyʼs most illustrious clients, the writer George Sand.
Caroline Otero, known as La Belle Otéro, and Cléo de Merode, two artists and Parisian icons of the 19TH century, also inspired Laure-Isabelle Mellerio to create the second part of this line, dedicated to the 19th century and its flourishing Art Nouveau movement. Lastly, majestic dragonʼs wings adorn rings, necklaces, and bracelets, while batʼs wings are also on display in this collection. This surprising motif is evocative of the periodʼs fashion for Gothic art and “white jewelry”, a turning point for jewelry at the beginning of the 20TH century.

Deliveries, returns & warranty

All deliveries and returns are free. Taxes are taken into account in the price.
All orders are dispatched in 2-3 working days, unless it is bespoke jewellery for which it may take up to 6 weeks.
You have up to 14 working days after receiving your order to submit your return request including your order number and invoice.
In case of a proven manufacturing defect, your jewelry will be changed free of charge for one year from the date of purchase.

Collection

19th century for women

The fleur-de-lis, a harmonious and recurring motif in the archives is reinterpreted in the 19th century line on a series of pink gold pieces gathered around a theme named in homage to one of the emblematic clients of the house, the writer George Sand. Caroline Otero, known as the Belle Otéro, and Cléo de Merode, two artists and icons of 19th century Paris, also served as inspiration for Laure-Isabelle Mellerio to imagine the second part of this line dedicated to the 19th century and its “Art Nouveau” style. Finally, dragon wings, affixed majestically to rings, necklaces and bracelets, as well as the bat wing are also featured in this collection.


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