The Williamson Diamond brooch. The central diamond of carats is finest pink diamond in existence; was excavated from mine in Tanganyika (Tanzania) belonging to Canadian geologist Dr John Williamson, who gave it as a wedding present.
Adaptable tiara made in 1912 by Boucheron for Barbara Kelch - it can be (T to B) hung with opal drops, entirely diamonds, drops that may be cabochon emeralds or pearls (the photo is indistinct) or diamonds with upright tear-drop shaped diamond finials.
An opal & diamond brooch/pendant, circa Openwork cartouche ribbon & floral design, set throughout with cushion-shaped brilliant & single-cut diamonds, framing a heart-shaped cabochon opal, with suspended opal drop
AQUAMARINE, SAPPHIRE & DIAMOND clip brooch set with a rectangular-cut Aquamarine, held by overlapping circular-cut diamonds, to the circular-cut diamond and cabochon sapphire surround, mounted in white gold
Cullinan V Brooch Cullinan V is an unusual heart-shaped diamond of carats, set in a diamond and platinum surround intended to emphasize the heart shape. Like III and IV, the diamond was a gift from the South African government to Queen Mary.
Thse earrings were commissioned by Kate Middleton's parents on the occasion of her marriage to Prince William.The design is derived from the acorn and oak leaves which form part of the Middleton family coat of arms. I love the little acorns :)
A FINE DIAMOND BROOCH, BY CARTIER The central old-cut diamond weighing carats to the eight-pointed star, early cm. wide, with French assay marks for platinum and gold Signed Monture Cartier and with maker’s mark SCA in lozenge, No.