The Victoria and Albert Museum’s collection includes a dazzling platinum watch ring (London, ca. 1925), with brilliant-cut and rose-cut diamonds surrounding the face. Our stylish watch, is based on this sparkling Art Deco original. In jewelry design the trend was toward simplicity and formality. Gemstone jewelry flashed sparkling reflections; fashionable platinum and white gold enhanced the brilliance of white gemstones.
Produced in cooperation with the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Genuine suede leather band. Rhodium overlay case, made with SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS. Quartz movement. Case: 3/4''W x 1 1/8''L. Band: adjusts from 5''L to 7''L.
- Rhodium overlay case
- MADE WITH SWAROVSKI® ELEMENTS
- Genuine suede leather band
- Quartz movement
- Band: adjusts from 5''L to 7''LCase: 3/4''W x 1 1/8''L
Art HistoryThe Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes, the state-sponsored fair held in Paris in 1925, from which the term Art Deco is derived, marked the apogee of the Art Deco style. Art Deco’s popularity continued worldwide into the 1930s, and was applied to the enormous range of decorative arts and architecture created between the First and Second World Wars.