Bohemian Gypsy Caravan
A Pair of Art Deco Emerald and Diamond Ear Pendants
A Pair of Art Deco Emerald and Diamond Ear Pendants Each comprising two graduated cabochon emeralds within a circular and baguette-cut diamond surround to the graduated diamond line and collet surmount, circa 1940, with French assay and maker's mark, 7.5 cm long
(#586) Emerald and diamond necklace, late 19th century
EMERALD AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, LATE 19TH CENTURY Set at the centre with a cabochon emerald bordered with circular-cut diamonds and kite-shaped emeralds, continuing to a series of graduated stylised lotus links set with rose, oval, single- and circular-cut, cushion and pear-shaped diamonds and circular-cut emeralds. v
Antique and Vintage Brooches - 7,976 For Sale at 1stdibs
Georgian Gold Emerald bow Brooch, 18 karat gold undulating bow brooch, intricately engraved and granulated, centering a row of old mine-cut diamonds and emerald-cut emeralds, suspending a removable round open-back. Circa 1800-30.
An early 20th century diamond, emerald and pearl pendant/brooch,
An early 20th century diamond, emerald and pearl pendant/brooch, circa 1910 The brooch surmount composed of a diamond-set double ribbon-bow motif with central triangular-cut emerald accent, suspending an oval pendant centred by an 8.8mm. bouton-shaped pearl, within borders of calibré-cut emeralds and collet mounted old brilliant-cut diamonds principal diamonds approx. 0.60ct. total, length 6.0cm.
(#300) Platinum, Diamond and Emerald Brooch, France, Circa 1930
PLATINUM, DIAMOND AND EMERALD BROOCH, FRANCE, CIRCA 1930. Designed as a double cascade of diamonds set at the top with a marquise-shaped diamond weighing approximately .60 carat, further set with old European-cut, single-cut and baguette diamonds weighing approximately 4.25 carats, supporting emerald pendants measuring approximately 11.4 by 7.7 mm., partial maker's mark, French assay marks. Art Deco
Platinum, emerald and diamond Devant de Corsage, France, circa 1925 - Alain.R.Truong
Platinum, emerald & diamond Devant de Corsage, France, circa 1925. photo Sotheby's. Designed as a graduated articulated swag supporting cabochon emerald drops weighing approximately 12.00 carats, the top set with an emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 2.25 carats, and a square emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 1.00 carat, spaced by 2 old European-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.50 and 1.00 carats, set throughout with old European-cut, single-cut and rose-cut diamonds