Edwardian Diamond Brooch. This very early Edwardian jewel, rendered in platinum over 18k yellow gold, is impeccably hand fabricated with superb attention paid to every detail. Reminiscent of the finest Venetian lace tapestries, this brooch is completely encrusted with diamonds which twinkle from every angle like tiny stars.
JADEITE AND DIAMOND BROOCH. Designed as a textured branch consisting of two diamond-set leaves supporting six highly translucent jadeite cabochons of emerald green color, highlighted by rose-cut diamonds, the articulated cabochons further suspending tassels of collet-set rose-cut diamonds, mounted in 18 karat blackened gold.
ART DECO DIAMOND, ONYX AND SIMULATED COLORED STONE BROOCH, CIRCA 1925. Designed as a woman standing in the center of a fountain, her body accented with calibré-cut synthetic rubies, standing on a platform of calibré-cut onyx and synthetic emeralds, completed by numerous single-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum.
GARLAND STYLE BROOCH LE SACHÉ Country: France Period: Belle Epoque A platinum lozenge shaped brooch signed "Le Saché" in garland style. Enamelled in translucent blue and set with small brilliant cut diamonds and centering an oriëntpearl.