Georges Weil was born in Vienna in 1938 and studied at the St. Martin’s School of Art in London. At the age of 18, he founded “Georges Weil Jewellery Ltd” in Hatton Garden. Known for his use of textured gold combined with precious and semi-precious stones, from 1964 to 1972 he exhibited his collections in Tokyo, Israel, New York and at the Foyles Gallery and Jean Renet Gallery in London. Reference: Matthew Barton Ltd
A rose quartz diamond brooch, by George Weil, circa 1965
The rose quartz crystal within an abstract surround of textured crucibles, accented by three brilliant-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 0.40ct total, signed G.Weil, length 6.1cm. Sold for £ 1,500 inc. premium at Bonhams in 2017 A 1970s diamond brooch by George Weil, the abstract openwork brooch set with a cluster of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.40 carats total, signed G.Weil, stamped 18ct Plat, 4.5cm wide Sold for £380 at Dreweatts Donnington Priory in 2017 GEORGE WEIL – a 1970’s diamond brooch. Of abstract design, set throughout with scattered brilliant-cut diamonds, to the textured and polished surround. Signed G. Weil. Estimated total diamond weight 2cts. Length 6cms. Weight 30.2gms. With fitted case. Overall condition good. Surface scratches/wear in keeping with general age and wear.
Diamonds bright and drawing a slight light yellow hue.
Individual size and setting of diamonds prevents accurate colour and clarity assessment.
Principal diamonds estimated l-tinted colour, SI clarity.
Stamped 18ct Plat. Sold for £2,800 at Fellows in 2017 DIAMOND AND MATRIX ORGANIC BROOCH, GEORGES WEIL, 1960s
the rock matrix with red crystals within a surround of concave naturalistic cells accented with three brilliant-cut diamonds, signed G. Weil Sold for £1,700 at Matthew Barton Ltd. in 2015 George Weil Makers Mark