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An Art Deco pendant, by Cartier Paris, circa 1921. Decorated with black enamel, set with old- and rose-cut diamonds, cabochon emeralds, rock crystal and onyx, mounted in platinum. Image source: Cartier - Le Style et L'Histoire #Cartier #ArtDeco #pendant

An Art Deco pendant, by Cartier Paris, circa 1921. Decorated with black enamel, set with old- and rose-cut diamonds, cabochon emeralds, rock crystal and onyx, mounted in platinum. Image source: Cartier - Le Style et L'Histoire #Cartier #ArtDeco #pendant

Pair of antique diamond earrings from the turn-of-the-century. These earrings feature both an old European and old mine-cut diamond set in platinum over 18 karat yellow gold with a front clasping hinge. The diamonds drop just below the ear. French hallmarks, circa 1900.

Pair of antique diamond earrings from the turn-of-the-century. These earrings feature both an old European and old mine-cut diamond set in platinum over 18 karat yellow gold with a front clasping hinge. The diamonds drop just below the ear. French hallmarks, circa 1900.

AN IMPORTANT PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS Each set with a pear-shaped diamond weighing 5.24 and 5.20 carats, suspended from a pear-shaped diamond surmount weighing 1.71 and 1.46 carats, joined to the trefoil brilliant and marquise-cut diamond spacer, mounted in platinum, 3.6 cm long

AN IMPORTANT PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS Each set with a pear-shaped diamond weighing 5.24 and 5.20 carats, suspended from a pear-shaped diamond surmount weighing 1.71 and 1.46 carats, joined to the trefoil brilliant and marquise-cut diamond spacer, mounted in platinum, 3.6 cm long

Paro is one of the most beautiful regions in Bhutan. The valley area was once an important part of the trade routes into Tibet. Today the visitor can explore one of the oldest temples in Bhutan, Kyichu Lhakhang dating back to the 7th century. The area is best explored on foot with many walking trails through this fertile valley.

Paro is one of the most beautiful regions in Bhutan. The valley area was once an important part of the trade routes into Tibet. Today the visitor can explore one of the oldest temples in Bhutan, Kyichu Lhakhang dating back to the 7th century. The area is best explored on foot with many walking trails through this fertile valley.

Paro Dzong and Bhutan National Museum in Paro Valley. Even the big city's is…

Paro Dzong and Bhutan National Museum in Paro Valley. Even the big city's is…