A reinterpretation of the girandole form (three pear-shaped drops suspended from a ribbon), Azagury-Partridge echoes the aesthetic once prized in the Georgian period (18th and early 19th centuries). From a cabochon sapphire hangs an enamelled oval, suspending three pear-shaped drops, all set in rhodium-plated white gold.

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Solange Azagury-Partridge, London

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Solange Azagury-Partridge is a British jewelry designer based in London. Self taught, the first piece of jewelry she designed was her own engagement ring in 1987.  Encouraged by friends, Solange began producing one-off pieces and, very quickly, a collection and business was born. By 1995, Solange had opened her unique red velvet-lined boutique on London's Westbourne Grove. Often mistaken for a brothel, the boutique was an overnight sensation and her idiosyncratic designs were received to critical and commercial success. Handpicked by Tom Ford, Solange became the creative director of Boucheron in 2001, where she spent three years revitalizing the celebrated Parisian jewelry house.

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Georgian Earrings, 2010
Lot Number 20
Rhodium-plated 18k white gold, sapphire, and enamel
2.05 x 3.62 x 0.85 cm (0.81 x 1.43 x 0.33 in)
Edition of 2
Signed "SA-P" for Solange Azagury-Partridge on reverse

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Solange Azagury-Partridge
Georgian Earrings
  • Dimensions
    2.05 x 3.62 x 0.85 cm (0.81 x 1.43 x 0.33 in)