Offered here is a superb Seymour L. Moss (MOBA) pendant. The 14K gold pendant is set with a large Buddha beneath a stupa and ten 3mm Sleeping Beauty turquoise cabochons. The contrast between the turquoise and the coral is striking. The carved precious coral is undyed and natural (coralium rubrum). There is one small white spot hidden in a fold. Stamped 14K and MOBA. 18x20x36mm.
Seymour Moss worked for much of his career out of NYC where his meticulous and inspired designs
led his work to be worn by discriminating and affluent customers worldwide.
He has been credited for having tight oversight of all the processes that led
his elaborate sketches to blossom into design. Founded in 1946, MOBA jewelery came to symbolize excellence and attention to detail up until his final day at the age of 92 when he passed away. In his later years he lived in Florida.
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