RARE CARTIER ART DECO ONYX AND DIAMOND NECKLACE
RARE CARTIER ART DECO ONYX AND DIAMOND NECKLACE
RARE CARTIER ART DECO ONYX AND DIAMOND NECKLACE
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RARE CARTIER ART DECO ONYX AND DIAMOND NECKLACE
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RARE CARTIER ART DECO ONYX AND DIAMOND NECKLACE

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RARE CARTIER ART DECO ONYX AND DIAMOND NECKLACE
Onyx plaques, round diamonds, silk cord, platinum (French marks), circa 1919, signed Cartier, London, Paris, New York, numbered, later red Cartier pouch

Size/Dimensions: inner circumference 40.6 cm
Gross weight: 66.2 grams
Provenance
As described in Hans Nadelhoffer’s, Cartier Jewelers Extraordinary, this necklace was one of three jewels purchased by William Fox. Fox was a Hungarian migrant with great vision and skills that founded Twentieth Century Fox in the early 1900s. The corporation started as a chain of penny arcades and small cinemas before becoming one of the leading film production studios.
Literature
H. Nadelhoffer, Cartier Jewelers Extraordinary, Henry N. Abrams, Inc. Publishers, New York, p. 104

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