Rocks & Roll !

Rocks & Roll !

Click the picture to get to see this French Art Deco so-called tutti frutti brooch with diamond emerald sapphire

Tutti frutti, oh rutti
Tutti frutti, oh rutti
Tutti frutti, oh rutti
Tutti frutti, oh rutti
Tutti frutti, oh rutti

A wop Art Deco mop a lomp bom bom!


Jewelry like this, set with brightly colored gemstones polished as leaves, is called "Tutti Frutti jewelry". The first Tutti Frutti piece was a necklace commissioned by Queen Alexandra and designed by Pierre Cartier in 1901. Tutti Frutti jewel designs are considered to be a perfect mix of East and West because they are made up of brightly colored gemstones (like sapphires, rubies and emeralds) carved using Indian techniques and set in French platinum and diamond mountings.The style became extremely popular during the 1920's.

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Antiqualy yours,

The Adin team
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