The oldest surviving crown of an English queen, 1370-80. Gold, enamel, sapphires, rubies, emeralds, diamonds, pearls. Recorded in England in a list of jewels and plate drawn up in 1399. Probably belonged to King Edward III or Anne of Bohemia, the wife of King Richard II, who was deposed that year by Henry IV. Henry's daughter, Princess Blanche, married the Palatine Elector Ludwig III in 1402 and the crown passed to the Palatine Treasury in Heidelberg as part of her dowry.
Lot 1919 - A Unique Pair of Sapphire and Diamond Ear Pendants Each ear pendant set with a pear-shaped sapphire weighing 12.53 carats or a pear-shaped diamond weighing 8.42 carats, juxtaposed by an old European-cut diamond or a circular-cut sapphire, spaced by old European-cut diamonds, suspended from a brilliant-cut diamond hook, mounted in 18k white gold, 5.6 cm long
Art Deco ruby, diamond and onyx brooch, by Cartier. The diamond and onyx festoon with three-stone pear-shaped ruby tassels to the ruby and diamond clasp terminals, circa 1925, 4.0 cm. wide, with French assay marks for platinum, signed Cartier, numbered.