An art deco diamond and sapphire bracelet, Oscar Heyman & Brothers, circa 1923 of geometric design, set throughout with transitional and square step cut-diamonds, with French-cut sapphire detail; centering three triangular-cut diamonds, weighing 2.87 carats total; with maker's mark for Oscar Heyman & Brothers; no. 10517; estimated remaining total diamond weight: 24.60 carats; mounted in platinum; length: 7 1/8in.
An opal, emerald and diamond brooch, Oscar Heyman & Brothers in the form of a fish, with scales of opals, cabochon emerald eyes and further detailed by round brilliant-cut diamonds; with maker's mark for Oscar Heyman & Brothers, no. 200403; estimated total opal weight: 14.55 carats; mounted in eighteen karat gold; length: 3in.
The Tayor-Burton diamond. The originalrough was found at the Premier mine in South Africa. It weighed 241 cts until Harry Winston cut it into the 69.42 ct pear shaped it is today. Cartier bought the diamonds and set it into the necklace above. Richard Burton bought the complete necklace for Elizabeth Taylor in 1969. Via Jewelry Nerd