Tuxedo Princess-Cut Diamond & Platinum Choker Necklace 1950's
This spectacular handmade open neckline vintage necklace is finely crafted in solid platinum 950 and adorned with endless sparkle of grouped brilliant-cut prong set diamonds.
The necklace gently tapers to the back where a box clasp secures it condortably for the wearer.
Altogether, there are at least 30 carats of bright, white lively diamonds of fabulous exquisite quality F-G and all VS clarity.
- Diamonds are F-G in Color and VS in Clarity
- Diamonds approx. 30 + ct.
- Platinum 950
- Tongue clasp
Length: 17 in. (43.2 cm)
Width: 6/8 in. at the widest point, 1/4 in. at the narrowest point ( 2.1cm - 0.7cm)
Depth: 1/4 in. ( 0.7 cm)
T.W.: 78.4 DWT ( 122 grams)
Total diamond weight is approx 30 cts or above
In the 1950's, costume jewelry enjoyed a global boom in popularity. Jewelry designs were clean, colorful, ornate, and coordinated to an outfit perfectly.
Costume jewelry flourished with increased spending power that this decade yielded. Consequently, 1950's costume jewelry perfectly facilitated the trend for women to look well groomed.