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Amazing Vintage Illinois Art Deco Enameled Watch (Retroworx Collection)

Amazing Vintage Illinois Art Deco Enameled Watch (Retroworx Collection)

Platinum, Diamond and Coloured Stone Wristwatch, Circa 1925. Movement signed Longines and numbered, clasp with French assay marks and maker's mark. #ArtDeco #watch #Longines

Platinum, Diamond and Coloured Stone Wristwatch, Circa 1925. Movement signed Longines and numbered, clasp with French assay marks and maker's mark. #ArtDeco #watch #Longines

An Art Deco brooch, circa 1925, French, composed of platinum, diamond and enamel. #ArtDeco #brooch

An Art Deco brooch, circa 1925, French, composed of platinum, diamond and enamel. #ArtDeco #brooch

An Art Deco lLipstick holder/watch, Cartier, circa 1930. Applied with blue enamel, one end designed as a rotating drum concealing a watch, the rectangular dial applied with Arabic numerals, dial signed Cartier, numbered.

An Art Deco lLipstick holder/watch, Cartier, circa 1930. Applied with blue enamel, one end designed as a rotating drum concealing a watch, the rectangular dial applied with Arabic numerals, dial signed Cartier, numbered.

Art Deco Colored Diamond Brooch / Pendant , Ca 1925. (Albion Art Collection)

Art Deco Colored Diamond Brooch / Pendant , Ca 1925. (Albion Art Collection)

Art Deco Chinoiserie Sapphire, Emerald, Ruby & Diamond  Bracelet.

Art Deco Chinoiserie Sapphire, Emerald, Ruby & Diamond Bracelet.

Chopard watch

Chopard watch

brooch

brooch

An Art Deco Obi-sash clip 'The Yaguruma', by Mikimoto, Japan, 1930s. The clip with interchangeable settings in 12 different forms, attracted crowds at the Paris Expo in 1937. Its unique design was a breakthrough in multi-functional jewellery. Sold in Paris, it disappeared from public view, then reappeared at an auction in New York in 1989. It was purchased by Mikimoto Pearl Island where it remains today. #Mikimoto #ArtDeco #clip

An Art Deco Obi-sash clip 'The Yaguruma', by Mikimoto, Japan, 1930s. The clip with interchangeable settings in 12 different forms, attracted crowds at the Paris Expo in 1937. Its unique design was a breakthrough in multi-functional jewellery. Sold in Paris, it disappeared from public view, then reappeared at an auction in New York in 1989. It was purchased by Mikimoto Pearl Island where it remains today. #Mikimoto #ArtDeco #clip

Boucheron made, France, c.1895, ALBION ART Collection

Boucheron made, France, c.1895, ALBION ART Collection

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