Art Deco Jade Jabot Pin by Cartier

  • Cartier's brilliant and bold Art Deco aesthetic is showcased in this chic jabot pin
  • The brooch features diamonds, rubies and a stunning specimen of green jade
  • Cartier's Art Deco-era creations are considered dazzling works of art and are highly coveted
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Item No. 30-6050

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Embodying the glamor and modish motifs of the Roaring 20s, this exquisite Art Deco-era jabot pin was crafted by the esteemed Cartier. Formed from an exceptional specimen of jade, the top of the pin is embellished with glistening diamonds and rubies. Red enameling forms a border around the jade, its deep crimson hue the perfect complement to the stone's delicate green color, while black enamel adds further drama. At the opposite end is the perfect touch of diamonds and black enamel, rounding out this exceptional creation.

Designed to be worn in such a way that only the two decorative ends are seen, the jabot pin has its roots in the mid-17th century, when they were used to secure the ruffled fabrics on the front of men's shirts. It was in the 1920s and 30s, however, that this pin became a style icon, and today it is considered the quintessential jewelry piece of the Art Deco age. Fashioned in the bold geometric designs of the period, jabot pins such as this exquisite example by Cartier evoke the glamor and chic sophistication of this bygone era.

Signed "Cartier"
Circa 1920

3 3/4" length
Signed Cartier
Maker: Cartier
Period: 20th Century
Origin: France
Type: Brooches
Length: 3
Width: 3.75 Inches
Style: Art Deco

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