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Art Deco Diamond and Black Enamel Dangle Earrings
ABOUT THESE EARRINGS
"I know, I'll throw in a rectangle." Perhaps this is what the unconventional jeweler was thinking when he designed these hip Art Deco dangle earrings during the 1920s. Four sparkling European-cut diamonds in octagonal settings, rimmed with black enamel, are connected by chains of small round diamonds and, quite unexpectedly, interrupted by openwork rectangles, also colored with black enamel. Get ready for a lot of second looks. Hand fabricated in platinum.