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Art Deco Conch Pearl and Diamond Jabot Pin, Circa 1925 |卡地亞 | 海螺珠 配 鑽石 胸針,約1925年

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Art Deco Conch Pearl and Diamond Jabot Pin, Circa 1925 |卡地亞 | 海螺珠 配 鑽石 胸針,約1925年

Art Deco Conch Pearl and Diamond Jabot Pin, Circa 1925 |卡地亞 | 海螺珠 配 鑽石 胸針,約1925年

Cartier | Art Deco Conch Pearl and Diamond Jabot Pin, Circa 1925

卡地亞 | 海螺珠 配 鑽石 胸針,約1925年


Each terminal set with a drop-shaped conch pearl, embellished with old European- and rose-cut diamonds, signed Cartier, numbered.


Potential bidders who intend to export this lot are advised that certain permits may be required for export. If you are interested in this lot, please contact the Jewellery Department before bidding.

Potential bidders who intend to export this lot are advised that certain permits may be required for export. If you are interested in this lot, please contact the Jewellery Department before bidding. Signed Cartier, numbered 3117155. Mount tested platinum. Conch pearls measuring approximately 14.50 x 9.88 - 7.56mm and 13.50 x 11.23 - 10.71mm, of light pink colour, one pearl graduating to pale pink colour, under close inspection, there are visible typical flame pattern, some scratches but not noticeable when worn. Diamonds are bright and lively. Signs of normal wear to the metal commensurate with age. Overall in very good condition.


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