Art-Déco


Art-Déco jewels designed by Maldonado are faithful replicas of european 1920 - 1930's jewels.

Art-Déco style was born as an opposition to the modernist cultural movement, leaving nature inspiration to look at cubism geometric lines, following a clear trend to the use of straight lines and symmetry in all pieces. Marked by the evolution of Diamond's cut (it is when they appeared the brilliant cut and the baguette cut), Art-Déco jewels are very beautiful pieces, due to they design and the materials used for their creation.

For Art-Déco jewels production, we use 18 k Gold, white and yellow, and both brilliant, navette and baguette cut Diamonds, Emeralds, Sapphires, Rubies and pearls.