Art Deco 4.16 CTW Diamond Spiderweb Pendant
with OMC Diamonds in Platinum
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A striking Art Deco era pendant, modeled in platinum, whose fine, hand-fabricated filigree forms a spider's web inside the pendant's circular frame. Seven, sparkling old mine cut diamonds are "caught" in this web. The primary diamond is approx .93 carats— it rests in a mirror-edge bezel, surrounded a halo of small rose cut diamonds. The six old mine cut diamonds that surround the central gem average 1/2 carat each— they are held in a milgrained bezels that float (target-style) inside slightly-larger, circular frames. The delicate wires in our spider's web are finished with milgrain. The pendant hangs from a lovely, no-flip, diamond-set bail. This is a beautiful, showy pendant! We love the delicate, airy quality of this jewel, combined with the big, glittering statement it makes! We also love the the symbolic nature of the spider's web. Diamond CTW is approx 4.16 carats. This pendant wears beautifully on a long chain.
Drop (including bail) is approx 43.7 mm (about 1 3/4"); pendant measures approx 34.5 mm (about 1 3/8"); primary diamond measures approx 6.4 mm (carat weight is approx .93 carats); surrounding OMC diamonds measure 4.6 - 5 mm (carat weights are approx .58 carats, approx .36 carats, approx .66 carats, approx .41 carats, approx .57 carats, and approx .55 carats); diamond CTW is approx 4.16 carats.
Primary Diamond is I/J, I1 (feather at edge); surrounding diamonds are G/H, SI1-SI2. All diamonds are lively and present beautifully. Diamonds are graded by an unaffiliated GIA graduate gemologist.