Art Deco

The flamboyant but tasteful Art Deco style still holds massive sway in jewellery design.

Pieces worn with abandon in the Jazz Age still look wonderful today, marked by their geometric designs and liberal use of diamonds, pearls and other gemstones.

The large diamond solitaire ring at the head of this collection is a classic Art Deco piece, with the stepped baguette diamond-set shoulders giving a suitable platform to the 4.99cts old cut central diamond.

The amethyst and rock crystal necklace and earrings are classic 1920s style jewellery. Amethysts had special significance in Victorian times as a suitable stone for mourning. By the 1920s it had acquired its status as a stone of peace and tranquility, while also adding a splash of colour to any flapper outfit!

The ruby and diamond three-stone has a beautiful structural symmetry, and a ruby of stunning colour.

The diamond-set Art Deco cocktail watches are more jewellery than watch, but house manually wound movements.

The ornate 1930s diamond ring echoes the intricate Art Deco style seen in many 1930s landmarks such as the Chrysler Building.

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Our flagship Edwardian fronted showroom provides an opulent space to view our stunning collections .