Vintage Paul Flato Necklace Ring Set 14k Gold Ruby Diamond


            A spectacular vintage set by Paul Flato, consisting of a ring and a convertible necklace. Both pieces are made of 14k yellow gold, featuring ruby and diamond. The vintage necklace and ring set comes in an original Flato box.

This whimsical Paul Flato necklace has a removable pendant. It can be turned into a gold choker necklace and a brooch.

The gold is heavily textured which adds a lot to the dynamic of the piece. These stunning creations look like they are diving in the water. The ruby is uncut and has a crystal shape that creates the most intricate look echoing the texture of the gold. The diamonds look like they accidentally scattered here and there to make a touch of glamour.

This Paul Flato set is a unique collectible piece. Yet, it can be worn daily as a plain choker, whimsical ring, and a fantastic brooch. It’s that type of jewel that elevates your style to the next exciting level.

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    About Paul Flato Brand:

     Paul Flato (1900 – 1999) had a reputation for adding humor and playfulness to his creations. He was also famous as the First Jeweler to the Celebrities and Designer for the Stars in the 1920-30s. His talent thrived at a time when high society dressed to impress and didn’t hesitate to spend largely on fascinating jewels.

    Flato’s designs combined glamour and whimsy. This great combo was embodied in intricate craftsmanship, vibrant gemstones, and creative motifs. His pieces were beloved by Marlene Dietrich and Katherine Hepburn for a bold and playful aesthetic. He also created jewelry for numerous films, including designing pieces for Gone with the Wind and The Women. To secure his bond with the movie stars, in 1937 Flato opened a store in Beverly Hills, across the street from the famous Trocadero nightclub. The boutique became a popular destination for the elite and the Hollywood crowd.

    Flato was a successful collaborator. He worked with such notable figures as Salvador Dali and Fulco di Verdura, creating stunning and unconventional pieces. He had a gift for combining unexpected materials and gemstones, fearlessly mixing colors, textures, and shapes to create visually striking pieces.

    Paul Flato’s career ended abruptly in the 1940s. He faced financial difficulties and legal issues, eventually leading to the closure of his business. Despite the decline, Paul Flato’s legacy as a great designer has endured. His innovative approach and collaborations continue to inspire contemporary makers. Flato’s work is celebrated for its creativity and craftsmanship.

    About Estate Jewelry:

    Buying jewelry online might be challenging. The quality of the making has not got better over the time while the design is getting more and more generic. Add ever rising prices and you could end up with not finding anything suitable. To purchase a high-quality jewelry piece for an obtainable price consider buying estate items.

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    Estate pieces mostly belong to the era when jewels were handmade and not mass produced. There were simply less jewelry makers at that time and they cared about their reputation. Opposed to the current fast fashion approach, life pace was in general slower. That allowed makers to take more time to craft a truly quality piece.

    Fair price vs Overpriced

    Designer pieces aka signed pieces can cost multiple times more than their unsigned equivalents. We pay not only for an item itself but also for the brand advertising campaigns and all the buzz the name is creating. Prices for estate jewelry form differently and mostly depend on the cost paid by a seller. A pre-owned Bulgari ring and a brand-new Bulgari piece have a very appealing price difference. Ask your local jewelry store about a retail price of the desired piece and youd be pleasantly surprised.

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    Pre-owned jewelry retains its value. Over the time pieces get rare

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    At Nadine Krakov Collection we love all the things beauty and high-quality. Each of our estate jewelry piece is in excellent condition. We preserve the history and the greatest styles of the past so our clients can enjoy it at the fullest.