Siman Tu Five Strand Freshwater Pearl Necklace


Condition: Pristine
Price: € 670


Siman Tu's artistry is refined elegance. It draws from a complex harmony of wild natural shapes and freeform luxury which has become his signature style. This haute couture Art Deco style necklace features a lacy open metalwork antiqued silver plated centerpiece adorned with brilliantly clear cubic zirconia crystals and ivory freshwater pearls. Extending from the centerpiece are five strands of ivory natural freshwater pearls and leaf shaped cubic zirconia crystal encrusted connectors.

  • Five strand necklace 
  • Freshwater pearls, cubic zirconia crystals and silver plated metal 
  • Handmade
  • Hook-and-eye closure, can be positioned anywhere along a 5 cm (2") extender chain 
  • Chain is finished with a crystal charm
  • Length chain: 32 cm (12.6")
  • Signed Siman Tu on the back of the centerpiece
  • Condition: pristine vintage condition with all stones and rhinestones present and bright, no scratches or chips. It looks unworn.

 

Reference
403-101
Designer
Siman Tu
Status
Available
Price
€ 670
Origin
Made in New York

Siman Tu

Siman Tu's artistry is refined elegance. It draws from a complex harmony of wild natural shapes and freeform, with a touch of luxury which became his signature style.

In 1989, Siman Tu established his first haute couture jewelry enterprise, Bijoux Garden. Since then, Mr. Tu has enjoyed international acclaim among discriminating collectors of haute couture custom jewelry and luxury accessories. His jewelry lines were available at finer specialty stores and haute couture houses around the world.

Siman Tu’s design includes Victorian and Art Deco inspired collections and wild nature inspired of semi precious stone jewelry. Craftsmanship sometimes required over 100 soldered parts and findings with thousands of stones to complete just one necklace. These attributes, along with his attention to delicate detail, ensures an uncompromising standard for each of these museum-quality pieces that were handmade in his New York atelier.

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