Description & Technical information

The principal panel of arrowhead form, centred by two polished emerald beads on a diamond ground with foliate shaped flourishes, accented by sapphire bead collets and with black enamel line definition, the opposite end of bellflower form with a single emerald bead, all the beads topped by a diamond collet highlight.


Weight: 18g

Period:  20th century
Medium: Diamond, Sapphire, Emerald bead
Signature: Signed 'CARTIER'.

Dimensions: 6 cm (2³/₈ inches)
Provenance: Formerly owned by Mrs George G Moore (Esther). Her husband the businessman, sportsman and socialite, George Gordon Moore, was thought to be the inspiration for the central character Jay Gatsby in F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'The Great Gatsby'.

Together with a photograph of Mrs George G Moore wearing the jabot pin on her cloche hat, seated beside Lorenzo Avendel and two others left, at a sporting event in March 1930. (Copyright Julian P. Graham / Loon Hill Studios, California USA)

Categories: Jewellery