French Earrings by Mouawad Platinum Sapphire Diamond Jewelry


A pair of French earrings by Mouawad Jewelry, made in platinum and featuring sapphire and diamond.

An exquisite Mouawad drop earrings with mix cut diamond and sapphire, showcasing brand’s creativity and high-skilled workmanship.

The dangle earrings comprise four moving parts meticulously put together: the clip-on top is designed as a triangle topped around with diamonds. Three diamonds staged as another triangle hang below the top. The next level down is a trillion cut diamond in a three-prong setting. A stunning sapphire adorned with diamond cluster style completes this gorgeous gem row.

These Mouawad diamond earrings have a great Art Deco inspired look. It’s a perfect pair for your special occasions.

1 in stock

Sapphire trapezoid cut 2 4.24 carats total
Diamond mixed cut E-F/VVS2, 5.10 carats total
14.6 grams
1 ½” x ½” ¼” (4 x 1.3 x 0.8 cm)
Mouawad maker's mark, hallmarks for platinum, French hallmarks for platinum, place of manufacture
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    About Mouawad Brand:

    Mouawad jewelry is a brand with a century long history. It was founded in 1890, when Daoud Mouawad returned to Lebanon after spending a decade in the US training as a jeweler and watchmaker. Since then, five generations later, the business has remained family operated. Each leading generation brings something remarkable to jewelry making by following “Crafting the extraordinary” motto.

    One of the House’s specialties is Mouawad watches. The company’s jewelers were one of the earliest in adorning watches with gemstones.

    Possessing a truly fascinating gemstone collection, Mouawad owns Dynasty, a 51.12 carat Russian diamond estimated at nearly $10 million.

    To emphasize the reigning nature of the brand, the jewelry house created crowns for the Miss Universe and Miss USA pageants.

    Today Mouawad’s headquarters are in Dubai and Geneva. Besides running the jewelry business, Pascal Mouawad is also known as a decade-long Victoria’s Secret collaborator.

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    About Vintage French Jewelry:

    Vintage French jewelry is highly valued by jewelry experts and enthusiasts.

    Since the late Renaissance, France has been established itself as one of the world trendsetters in art and fashion. A quick look at the top 5 French jewelry designers — Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Hermes, Chaumet, Chanel  — describes French level of greatness even better.

    What allowed France to reach such a high level in the jewelry world hierarchy? In a nutshell, it’s because of the apprenticeship system. In the beginning of 1950s in France anyone at the age 14 could start learning the craft. This way French jewelers, like no others in the world, gain a substantial portion of experience at the early age. Even non-designer jewels were produced by the highly skilled masters.

    Most modern jewelry is not handcrafted anymore, and mass market-oriented production is prevailing. Jewelry designs are streamlined to use as little hand labor as possible. That’s why today vintage French jewelry is in such high demand.

    Here is the most desirable French vintage jewelry  from Nadine Krakov Collection.

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    About Vintage Jewelry:

    Vintage jewelry is something we can talk about for days. Since the subject is that big and has multiple aspects to discuss, we’d like to focus on the most important parts of it. So, what is vintage jewelry? Why is it so appealing? And how to buy your vintage jewelry online?

    In the industry, different sellers and makers have different opinions on the time period when vintage jewels were made. Here at Nadine Krakov, we consider vintage as anything being made between 50 and 100 years ago. Therefore, all jewelry produced from 1930s to 1980s is called vintage. This time frame is comprised of  Art DecoRetro and Mid-Century.

    Why do we love vintage jewelry so much? It’s all about the quality of the make and – of course – the look.

    Vintage pieces were mostly made by hand or at least hand-finished while modern jewels are mainly cast. As the lifestyle back in the days was much slower, jewelry makers literally had more time in their hands. Skilled craftsmen honed their craft and reputation. They couldn’t allow a flimsy, poorly done piece to ruin that. Mass market jewelry didn’t exist at that time. Each little detail of a piece was executed thoughtfully and with high quality in mind.

    How to shop for your vintage jewelry online? Ask questions about maker’s marks and hallmarks, request a video of the piece, and show it to your jeweler. The easiest way to be confident with your purchase is to find a trustworthy, reputable seller. And if you happen to be in the Beverly Hills area, just google “vintage jewelry near me”, find Nadine Krakov Collection store and stop by for a good chat with a sip of champagne.