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A E Kochert

circa 1970s
A stylish pair of brilliant and baguette diamond and platinum asymmetric tapering curve earrings.

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A stylish pair of diamond and platinum earrings by A.E. Köchert c.1970s, each asymmetric earring designed as a tapering curve with a central run of horizontal baguette cut diamonds between domed sides pavé set with a mix of round brilliant and baguette cut diamonds, all in platinum to post and white gold clip fittings.
  • OriginAustria
  • Gemstones and Other Materials88 round brilliant and single cut diamonds estimated to weigh a total of 3.3cts 20 baguette diamonds estimated to weigh a total of 1.6cts
  • Condition ReportVery fine
  • SettingPlatinum with white gold fittings with maker's mark and Austrian assay marks
  • Weight description13.6 grams
  • Dimensions2.2cm overall length, 1.5cm at widest point
Directors notes
Founded in 1814, the esteemed firm of A.E. Köchert is arguably the most important Austrian jewellery firm of the last two centuries. They were appointed Imperial and Royal Court Jewellers by four successive generations of the Imperial Austrian Court and are today run by the 7th generation of the Köchert family from the same premises in Vienna that the family have owned for almost 150 years.

Köchert, A.E.

The esteemed Austrian jewellery firm of A.E. Köchert is today run by the 7th generation of the Köchert family.  The firm’s extensive and wonderfully detailed archives allow us to trace the history of both the people and jewels that made this arguably the most important Austrian jewellery firm of the last two...

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