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Antique & Vintage Earrings

Alan Martin Gard Turquoise and Diamond Earrings

£4,700.00

Gorgeous Alan Martin Gard turquoise and diamond earrings

These fantastic1980s cluster earrings are crafted in 18ct gold

Set to the centre with a wonderful polished cabochon turquoises surround by sparkling brilliant cut diamonds

The diamonds sit within a beautiful winding gold trellis detail

They are clip on earrings are fitted with rubber comfy pads

These fabulous designer earrings look stunning when worn

  • Signed with makers mark AMG and fully hallmarked 18ct gold London 1980
  • They are 1.8cm (0.7″) x 1.65cm (0.65″)
  • Turquoise 10mm x 8mm
  • 22 x approx. 2mm diamonds.
  • Total diamond weight circa 0.70 carat
  • Colour H Clarity VSI
  • They weighs 11 grams
  • These Alan Martin Gard earrings are in excellent condition
  • They come in the presentation box illustrated
  • Our ref: 23179

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Alan Martin Gard (b. 1935) is most known for his unusual designs focusing on coloured gemstones and different types of texturing which became incredibly fashionable during the 1960s and 1970s. He was an apprentice at Crombies of Bond Street and later went on to work alongside other iconic jewellers of the period such as Andrew Grima. His work was lauded by leading politicians and celebrities of the day including the likes of Elizabeth Taylor.

  Turquoise

Of all the gemstones, turquoise is probably the one which is most closely associated with the Arts and Crafts Movement. Designers including C.R. Ashbee at the Guild of Handicrafts. Also, the great Archibald Knox for Liberty Co. Knox produced many simple and uncomplicated gold and silver pendants and necklaces These were either mounted with gem turquoise or turquoise matrix – turquoise, that is turquoise with natural veins of limonite rock left visible. Indeed, the Anglo-German firm Murrle Bennett & Co became famous for, and synonymous with turquoise matrix and gold jewellery, at the very end of the 19th century. Today turquoise matrix is produced in large and irregular shape pebble-like forms used in Navajo Indian and New Mexican silver jewellery.

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    Gorgeous Alan Martin Gard turquoise and diamond earrings

    These fantastic1980s cluster earrings are crafted in 18ct gold

    Set to the centre with a wonderful polished cabochon turquoises surround by sparkling brilliant cut diamonds

    The diamonds sit within a beautiful winding gold trellis detail

    They are clip on earrings are fitted with rubber comfy pads

    These fabulous designer earrings look stunning when worn

    • Signed with makers mark AMG and fully hallmarked 18ct gold London 1980
    • They are 1.8cm (0.7″) x 1.65cm (0.65″)
    • Turquoise 10mm x 8mm
    • 22 x approx. 2mm diamonds.
    • Total diamond weight circa 0.70 carat
    • Colour H Clarity VSI
    • They weighs 11 grams
    • These Alan Martin Gard earrings are in excellent condition
    • They come in the presentation box illustrated
    • Our ref: 23179

     Click to  see more beautiful antique and vintage earrings

     

    Alan Martin Gard (b. 1935) is most known for his unusual designs focusing on coloured gemstones and different types of texturing which became incredibly fashionable during the 1960s and 1970s. He was an apprentice at Crombies of Bond Street and later went on to work alongside other iconic jewellers of the period such as Andrew Grima. His work was lauded by leading politicians and celebrities of the day including the likes of Elizabeth Taylor.

      Turquoise

    Of all the gemstones, turquoise is probably the one which is most closely associated with the Arts and Crafts Movement. Designers including C.R. Ashbee at the Guild of Handicrafts. Also, the great Archibald Knox for Liberty Co. Knox produced many simple and uncomplicated gold and silver pendants and necklaces These were either mounted with gem turquoise or turquoise matrix – turquoise, that is turquoise with natural veins of limonite rock left visible. Indeed, the Anglo-German firm Murrle Bennett & Co became famous for, and synonymous with turquoise matrix and gold jewellery, at the very end of the 19th century. Today turquoise matrix is produced in large and irregular shape pebble-like forms used in Navajo Indian and New Mexican silver jewellery.

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    Alan Martin Gard

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    Designer Earrings