1930s_Filippo_Chiappe_Ring Filippo_Chiappe_Golden_Topaz_Ring

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  • History
  • This spectacular 24.61ct yellow topaz takes you back to the glitz and glamour of the 1930s where all aspects of fashion were influenced by Hollywood. Made by the famous Italian jeweller, Filippo Chiappe the captivating oval double sided damier cut topaz is surrounded by old round cut diamonds set in 18ct white and yellow gold. Chiappe was one of the most famous Italian jewellers of his time, only designing for wealthy clientele and the Royal House of Italy. His classical and traditional jewellery designs span from 1885 - 1936 and have been described by prestigious auction houses as "Antique Masterworks".

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  • Circa: 1930s
    Gemstones: Yellow Topaz & Diamond
    Cut: Oval Double Sided Damier Cut Topaz & Old Round Cut Diamonds
    Weight & Colour: Topaz = 24.61ct, Mid-Yellow Colour
    17 Diamonds = 1.10ct H/SI
    Material: 18ct White Gold & 18ct Yellow Gold
    Gem Studies Laboratory Valuation & Gemstone Authentication Report
    Finger Size: P

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  • The 1930s:

    This period saw a departure of the carefree flapper style of the 20s and a new decade began with the glamour that oozed out of Hollywood. The dress clip was the most popular piece of jewellery at the time, worn on the neckline and soon being designed in a double incorporating the symmetry featured so heavily in the designs of the Art Deco period. The slim line and fine details in rings and bracelets seen in the 20s were expanded on and bracelets became wider while rings became more elongated both horizontally and vertically on the fingers. Men wore Cartier’s bejewelled cufflinks and diamond studded brooches, which brought glamour to their masculinity.