Jewelry design often coalesces with the spirit of the times. The 1920s and 1930s saw the rise of Art Deco, which replaced the naturalistic garland style of the Belle Époque with a three-dimensional geometric, abstract and minimalist style. Subsequent masterpieces in jewelry design prove that geometric lines could also be a great expression of the aesthetics of the Art Deco era.
These are a pair of modern styled white diamond earrings with a total diamond weight of 12.25 carats. The geometric silhouette of the white gold frame, set with round brilliant-cut diamonds, and the clean, sharp lines encircle the intricate beauty of the diamond floral clusters, creating a clashing tension.