Art deco aquamarine, diamond and platinum pendant-brooch, circa 1920, centering one recangular scissors cut aquamarine measuring approximately 16.4 X 13.4 X 6.8 mm, and weighing approximately 9.35 cts., accented by old cut round diamonds totaling approximately 1.90 cts., set in a pierced and millgrained mounting
Aquamarine and Diamond Brooch Platinum, centering one oval aquamarine, approximately 35.25 cts., framed by a scalloped border of 26 old European-cut diamonds, approximately 4.35 cts., circa 1910, approximately 11.2 dwt.
ART NOUVEAU Ring Gold Diamond H: 2.4 cm (0.94 in) European, c.1900 Ring Case Old cut diamonds the largest 0.35 cts approx, the smaller 0.10 cts approx. With 24 European cut diamonds 0.50 cts approx. Suitable as an engagement ring
Art Deco Platinum and Diamond Clips/Brooch. A bright and brilliant collage of geometric patterns sparkles mightily with 6.35 carats of round, triangle and straight baguette-cut diamonds, in this spectacular double diamond clip brooch, reminiscent of Golden Age Hollywood glamour when this stunning 1920s Art Deco original was created. The sizable brooch measures 2 5/8 inches across and 1 1/8 inch high
Antique Art Deco 35.00cts Platinum Baguette & Round Diamond Bracelet This stunning antique Art Deco bracelet is hand made of solid platinum! The piece is lavishly set with about 133 round Brilliant cut excellent top quality diamonds and 44 baguette cut diamonds, approx. 35.00.00 cttw, G color, VS1 clarity. The bracelet exposes a fine hidden clasp and bears gorgeous brilliancy!Length approx. 6 3/4
White Gold, Imperial Topaz and Diamond Pendant with White Gold and Diamond Chain 14 kt., the pendant centering one pear-shaped Imperial topaz of brownish reddish orange hue, approximately 19.76 cts., surrounded by alternating 8 round and 8 pear-shaped diamonds approximately 3.35 cts., completed by a diamond chain accented by 14 collet-set round diamonds. Length 18 inches.
*PLATINUM, DIAMOND AND EMERALD DOUBLE CLIP-BROOCH, J.E. CALDWELL The scrollwork motifs set with two marquise-shaped diamonds weighing approximately 1.35 carats, accented by round and baguette diamonds weighing approximately 3.00 carats, further decorated with square and calibré-cut emeralds, signed JE.C & Co., numbered T9052; circa 1930; with removable carriage for wear as two separate brooches.