DIAMOND SAUTOIR, 1930S [鑽石長項鏈，1930年代]
From a Noble Family
DIAMOND SAUTOIR, 1930S
Set with circular-cut and baguette diamonds, length approximately 770mm, can be worn as four bracelets, numbered, French maker's mark for Charles Holl, one small diamond deficient.
Three sections with French maker's marks for Charles Holl, two sections numbered 61815, indistinct French assay marks for platinum. Diamonds estimated to weigh a total of approximately 40.00 - 42.00 carats, on average I-J colour, SI-I clarity, as gauged and graded in the mount. Overall in good condition. One small diamond deficient. Total gross weight approximately 147 grams.
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Charles Holl was a master jeweller and stone setter whose workshop produced important jewels for Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels and a number of other prestigious Parisian jewellers from its establishment in 1917 until as late as the 1970s.