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Art Deco (c. 1930’s)
Diamond & Platinum
Travel Clock by
1920’s - Art Deco Era - Europe
Elegance - Glamour - Functionality and Modernity
This unique travel clock was created by Paul Flato in New York in the 1930's.
Paul Flato was famous for his whimsical imaginative designs.
In the 1930's, he counted both socialites and movie stars as clients and his creations were seen in a number of films. Flato jewels adorned Merle Oberon in "That Uncertain Feeling", Rita Hayworth in "Blood and Sand" and Greta Garbo in "Two-Faced Woman".
His refined lines and impeccable craftsmanship were unparalleled and this piece is a great example of it!
A perfect gift for a sophisticated person who loves stylish and unique things!
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The clock has a mechanical cover that opens and closes covering the watch face.
The piece is made of platinum and encrusted with single cut diamonds.
The clock is in perfect working condition and we give one year warranty.
Length: 1-5/8", Width: ½”
Diameter 15 mm
Weight: 29.3 grams
Platinum; single cut diamonds – total weight approx. 5 carats.
Excellent, wear consistent with age and use (see pictures for details).
This elegant pin is definitely a conversational piece and would accentuate your fine and exquisite taste!
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