A stylish gold necklace by Fred Paris c.1980s, designed as a continuous row of overlapping chunky heart motifs of varying sizes, some pointing up and others down, the six largest hearts are symmetrical in shape and spaced evenly around the necklace whilst some of the others are of slightly asymmetrical form and positioned off-centre, they have a generous thickness to them and gently rounded edges, all to a concealed tongue and box clasp. This design has a charming sense of fun and frivolity to it making it an ideal easy to wear, casual jewel. We also have the matching bracelet so it can be worn as a suite.
18ct yellow gold signed Fred Paris and numbered BN966, with French assay marks and partial workshop mark for Pierre Brun
15.5″ / 40cm long and 0.65″ / 1.65cm maximum width
0.16″ / 0.42cm thick