Art Deco Sterling Necklace w Earrings 1940s Jewelry Signed Symmetallic
This stunning Art Deco sterling and gold vermeil necklace and earring Parure is a rare early Art Deco design from Symmetalic. Symmetalic is the registered trademark of W.E. Richards Company first used in 1936 and found on the company's high quality sterling silver pieces.
This Art Deco Parure is a pristine example of the finest jewelry made by Symmetalic, and their Art Deco pieces are very rare to find. The necklace and both earrings are signed Symmetalic, Sterling 14kt.
The design is overlapping circles. The large circles are 5/8" and the smaller circles are 3/8". The circles are also machine etched in a concentric circle designs. The necklace and earrings are solid sterling silver with a lovely high quality gold vermeil finish.
The necklace has 15 triple circle designs and is 15 1/4" long x 5/8" wide. The screw back earrings are solid silver with gold vermeil and well and are 1 1/8" long x 5/8" wide. The screw back portions are solid sterling also.
The entire set is in pristine unworn condition and is exceptionally clean. The necklace has the original sterling fold over box clasp.
Comes gift wrapped and shipped in a new luxury presentation jewelry box.