On November 1, 1932, Coco Chanel exhibited her first collection of fine jewelry in her Paris apartment. Two offer her most enduring innovations were putting diamonds in invisible settings you could seem their brilliance without distraction, and the Collier Comète. The necklace was collar made to imitate fabric. The jewelers spent 9 months designing spring for arch. Her revolutionary designs are still replicated today. This comet hairpin made from reals diamonds and 18K white gold.
Van Cleef & Arpels also created Atlantide, jewelry inspired by mythological sea creatures. These Diadème Cleita was centerpiece of collection. The diamonds in replica weigh almost 8 carats.
Both pieces sell for around $13,000 each.