LINEA MAUBOUSSIN Pin circa 1930
Note from the Designer:
A note to women who are keen on safest bets: here is a rare, incredibly modern pin dating from the 1930s!
It is numbered and hallmarked from a workshop of the famous MAUBOUSSIN House, at the time when it enjoyed an established reputation at the Place Vendôme, with demanding French and international clientele. It is a rare and magnificent piece which has been manufactured within one of the workshops of the well-known brand, which wonderfully showcases the work of its craftsmen. It is composed of -all in old cut- 3 diamonds of 1 carat each, and of 4 smaller diamonds, and of a rose-cut diamonds pavé, all in an “in-vogue” art-deco style … The diamonds are of very high quality and the size of this pin is ideal to light up a small robe, a jacket or a Lavallière collar … Pins make a furious comeback, it is about time for your style to take a whole step up! A must-have, all generations included.
Old cut round diamonds, F/G VS / SI colors
3 diamonds of around 1 carat each, 4 diamonds of around 0.30 carats diameter each, totaling around 4.2 carats
Paving: 46 rose cut diamonds and 6 old cut diamonds
18 K white gold (750/1000)