Fabergé, Paris

A beautiful Retro coral and diamond tassel necklace, designed as a double twisted rope chain with fourteen coral and diamond motifs of bombé design set with coral cabochons flanked by carved gold leaves with diamond rim, suspending a coral tassel. The necklace can be devided into three bracelets or can be worn as a short necklace with matching bracelet. Mounted in platinum and 18 karat yellow gold.
Paris, circa 1950-1960.
Espezel Fabergé was located 281 Rue St. Honoré, 75008 Paris, France. In 1924 Carl Fabergé's sons Alexander and Eugéne (half-brother) opened Fabergé et Cie in Paris. To distinguish their pieces from those made in Russia before the Revolution, they used the trademark FABERGÉ, PARIS, whereas the Russian company's trademark was just FABERGÉ. They also sold jewellery and had a sideline repairing and restoring the items that had been made by the original House of Fabergé. Fabergé et Cie continued to operate in Paris until 2001. In 1984 Fabergé et Cie lost their rights to use the trademark Fabergé for jewelry in a lawsuit against Fabergé Inc. Signature: Signed Fabergé, Paris. Hall marks: Maker's mark of Espezel, 15 Rue de la Paix, Paris. French assay marks for platinum and 18 karat gold. Carat weight: Total diamond weight: approx 6,09 cts. Price: Price upon request REF No. 236
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