A Bohemian garnet cluster ring, set with deep red, rose-cut, Bohemian garnets, set in silver, with a flat gold shank, circa 1890. It should be...
Maz Carved Rock Crystal And Diamond Earrings, 2.25ct
A pair of modern rock crystal and diamond earrings by Maz, comprised of two fluted sections of rock crystal, flanking a central band of pavé set brilliant-cut diamonds, weighing an estimated total of 2.25 carats, with posts and hinged clip fittings, all mounted in 14ct yellow and white gold. Late 20th century.
Louis Mazza was a descendant of a family of jewellers, with roots dating back almost two centuries. The Mazza family were cameo carvers, established around 1840, working with coral and conch shells, which they harvested and hand carved, in a small town just south of Naples, called Torre del Greco. Louis emigrated to the United States, around the turn of the 20th century, to import gems and his Mazza family carvings. His business expanded into a jewellery design house, with his four sons joining him, between 1950 and 1960. His third son, William, worked closely with major designers. In 1970 he produced his first collection for I. Magnin and Bergdorf Goodman, under the Mazza name. The company is still family owned.
With thanks to Treasure Fine Jewelry
- Late 20th century
- 14ct yellow and white gold
- Rock crystal and diamond
- Approximate Measurements
- 1.25 x 0.75 inches
- Design House
- Country of origin
- United States of America
- Approximate weight
- 32 grams
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