ART DECO JADEITE PENDANT NECKLACE CIRCA. 1925, green jadeite of fine translucency, carved with bats and foliage, surrounded by a stylised chinoiserie border of onyx beads interspersed by brilliant-cut diamonds, suspending coral bead tassels surmounted by an onyx-set cap decorated with circular-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum.
An Art Deco natural pearl, diamond and onyx brooch, The natural pearl resting in a rose cut and old cut diamond set setting, to the tapered brooch set with square cut onyx and brilliant cut diamonds, long.
Geometrics play a big part in the Art Deco look -- circles, triangles, squares and rectangles, often woven together to create intricate designs. Art Deco Jewelry was designed with the same characteristic geometrics seen in other elements of the period. Diamonds, along with colorful emeralds, rubies and sapphires, were common in fine jewelry; costume jewelry mimicked the same looks, but with faux "stones." Some jewelry of the time depicted animals, vegetation and other live subjects, ........
A diamond, coral, onyx, and rock crystal bracelet designed as five circular links, each centering a rectangular panel of frosted rock crystal bordered by round brilliant-cut diamonds and calibré-cut coral
An Art Deco emerald, diamond and onyx pendant, by Janesich, circa 1935. The emerald bead, to the single-cut diamond and onyx surmount and cabochon terminal, suspended by the circular-cut diamond bail, possibly of later addition, mounted in platinum. Signed Janesich. #ArtDeco #Janesich #pendant