A Striking Pair of Gold, Enamel and Diamond Bombe Earrings

A striking pair of gold, enamel and diamond earrings by Kutchinsky c.1970, each earring of oval shape and domed bombe form, the openwork design comprised of an asymmetric braided lattice of interwoven ribbon-like sections, some decorated with rich green enamel, others with deep blue enamel and the rest set with round brilliant cut diamonds, all to post and clip fittings. The stylish earrings make a bold and colourful statement, they are comfortable to wear and would look good both day and evening. The openwork design stops them looking and feeling heavy and the diamonds bring a touch of light and sparkle to the colourful enamel.

Further Details

Gemstones and Other Materials36 x round brilliant cut diamonds estimated to weigh a combined total of approximately 1.5cts
Condition ReportVery fine
Setting18ct gold signed Kutchinsky
Weight description29 grams
Dimensions1.8cm / 0.7" wide x 2.3cm / 0.9" long


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The Kutchinsky business was established in 1893 when Hirsch Kutchinsky arrived in England having fled Poland along with his son Morris and other members of the family.  They brought with them many years of experience in the trade, having served as jewellers to the court of Ludwig of Bavaria, and wasted no time in setting up a jewellery manufacturing company in the East End of London.  

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