One of the most visible personalities of her era, Gabrielle Chanel invented a style that was synonymous with modernity and chic. What is perhaps less well known is that the grande dame of twentieth-century fashion used platinum and diamonds to create an exceptional collection of the finest jewelry. This daring experiment is currently a new source of inspiration for Chanel, which through its fine jewelry department in the Place Vendme in Paris, is once again demonstrating the art of creating and wearing exceptional jewelry. The adventure is both classic and contemporary and perpetuates one of the greatest names of the century.
More About the Piece:
|Metal: ||18k White Gold
|Stones:||112 round brilliant cut diamonds VS1 clarity, E color Total weight approx. 8ct|
|Hallmarks:||Chanel Baumer 750 7N338|