Neil Zevnik Hobe Mid-Century Iridescent Black Crystal Parure 1950s
A 1950s Hobé Mid-Century parure consisting of a three-strand draping necklace, coil memory bracelet, and clip-back earrings. All pieces are created from combinations of round composite beads in gray-purple and iridescent hues, bicone smoke crystals, clear rondelles, and aurora borealis crystal clusters in black japanned filigree.
The necklace is strung on silver chain, and finished with silver-plated findings and a smoke crystal tail. The three-strand bracelet is on a stiff but flexible wire frame with dangling end crystals. The earring clusters are additionally embellished with tiny prong-set Aurora Borealis crystals on raised spikes.
This is a ravishing and singular offering from the House of Hobe, with a subtle and seductive glamour. Hobe was founded in France in 1887 by Jacques Hobe, making fine jewelry; his son William added costume jewelry to their repertoire in 1927, and was commissioned by Flo Ziegfeld to create jewelry for the Follies.
- Dimensions: necklace, adjustable up to 16.5"L, center drop, 2.25"L; bracelet is adjustable; earrings, 1"dia
- Signed “Hobé”
- 3 piece set
- Flawless condition
- Item is preowned
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