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Art Deco Evening Watch

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Price: $175.00
Member Price: $157.50

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Description

The craftsmanship of our elegant watch is based on an English fire opal and diamond pendant made around 1930. This original piece reflects the forms of some of the best Art Deco designs.

Produced in cooperation with the British Museum, London.

Rhodium overlay, made with SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS and a mother-of-pearl face. Quartz movement. Case: 5/8''W. Band: adjusts from 7''L to 7 1/2''L with a removable extender link.

  • Rhodium overlay, with a mother-of-pearl face
  • MADE WITH SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS
  • Quartz movement
  • Band: adjusts from 7''L to 7 1/2''L with a removable extender linkCase: 5/8''

Art History

The Art Deco style is named after the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes of 1925. Its popularity extended through the 1930s from Europe to the United States, and was applied by artists and architects to a wide variety of media. The aesthetic focused on simple forms, often geometric or stylized from nature, smooth lines, and bold colors. Art Deco jewelry favored geometrical compositions with little surface decoration and strong color contrasts integrating large gemstones.

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Description

The craftsmanship of our elegant watch is based on an English fire opal and diamond pendant made around 1930. This original piece reflects the forms of some of the best Art Deco designs.

Produced in cooperation with the British Museum, London.

Rhodium overlay, made with SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS and a mother-of-pearl face. Quartz movement. Case: 5/8''W. Band: adjusts from 7''L to 7 1/2''L with a removable extender link.





  • Rhodium overlay, with a mother-of-pearl face
  • MADE WITH SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS
  • Quartz movement
  • Band: adjusts from 7''L to 7 1/2''L with a removable extender linkCase: 5/8''




Art History

The Art Deco style is named after the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes of 1925. Its popularity extended through the 1930s from Europe to the United States, and was applied by artists and architects to a wide variety of media. The aesthetic focused on simple forms, often geometric or stylized from nature, smooth lines, and bold colors. Art Deco jewelry favored geometrical compositions with little surface decoration and strong color contrasts integrating large gemstones.


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