DIAMOND NECKLACE, VAN CLEEF & ARPELS, PARIS. The V-shaped openwork collar decorated centrally with 24 flexibly-set pear-shaped diamonds weighing approximately 20.00 carats, completed by 104 round diamonds weighing approximately 27.80 carats and 242 smaller round diamonds weighing approximately 45.00 carats, mounted in 18 karat gold, signed Van Cleef & Arpels, numbered M40700, assay marks. With fitted case. En suite with the following lot.
AN IMPORTANT DIAMOND NECKLACE, BY STERLE Designed as an entwined baguette and brilliant-cut diamond ribbon suspending a detachable graduated brilliant-cut diamond four-row tassle pendant, circa 1960, 38.0 cm. long, with French assay marks for platinum and gold Signed Sterlé Paris, no. 8685
DIAMOND AND EMERALD BRACELET, TIFFANY & CO, CIRCA 1940. Designed as a continuous row of scrolls alternating with fan-shaped stylized floral sprays, set with 32 baguette and tapered baguette diamonds and 144 round diamonds weighing approximately 8.00 carats, further enhanced with calibré-cut emeralds, mounted in palladium, length 7 inches, signed Tiffany & Co.
RUBY AND DIAMOND BRACELET, TIFFANY & CO, CIRCA 1950. Decorated at regular intervals with flowerheads flanked by leafy sprays and tendrils, set with 6 round rubies weighing approximately 2.50 carats, 138 round diamonds weighing approximately 8.00 carats and numerous calibré-cut rubies, mounted in platinum, length 6¾ inches, signed Tiffany & Co.