Art Deco 1920’s Camphor Glass & Diamond Necklace by Krementz
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Get out your Flapper dress and your beaded purse- this fabulous Art Deco necklace will complete your roaring ’20’s ensemble with style! The focal point of this necklace is a piece of rectangular pressed Camphor Glass, frosted on the back then engraved, which catches the light in mysterious ways. These were very popular in Art Deco jewelry, but this example is the crem de la crem. The Camphor Glass is set in the middle with a green and black enameled plaque and finished with a sparkling old cut Diamond. It is set into a framework of etched and carved white gold which is highly ornate: every piece of the bezel, every link of the chain- even the clasp- is engraved with Art Deco details. It is not surprising that a piece as fine as this is signed “Diana” which was a popular brand from renowned American jeweler, Krementz. The plaque of the necklace drops an impressive 1.5 inches long, and the necklace fits 18 inches on the neck.
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Details: 14k white gold necklace with Camphor Glass plaque, .05ct old cut Diamond (SI GH), enamel accents, and engraving. Signed “Diana” by Krementz, circa 1928.