An antique opal and diamond swallow brooch, circa 1870. Pavé-set with diamonds, centring free-form opals, enhanced by ruby cabochon eyes; retailed by Garrard, with signed box; estimated total diamond weight: 4.25 carats; mounted in silver-topped fourteen karat gold; length: 4in. (pin stem is detachable)
A lustrous and luminous periwinkle-hued star sapphire, weighing 70 carats, commands attention amid an undulating frame of ultra-glittering European-cut diamonds set in an array of geometric shapes, in this exceptional and stunning Art Deco brooch. Hand fabricated in platinum, even the negative space creates a delightfully pleasing design. Total diamond weight 2.75 Carat. Measures 1 3/4 by 1/38 Inch.
‘Femme et Feuillage’ Pendant | RENÉ LALIQUE c. 1900 18k gold depiction of a gowned female reaching out to the fine & restrained foliage surround, standing in front of a grey enamel background & over a drop pearl, & hanging from a connected-sticks...
Stunning, sublime, spectacular. There are not enough adjectives to describe this breathtaking and exquisitely designed Art Deco bracelet, featuring the best of everything. The focal point is a centerpiece composed of three cabochon emeralds, accompanied by, mostly, carved ruby and sapphire cabochons, all interspersed with old mine-cut diamonds and a glittering array of mixed-cut diamonds. This gorgeous display of color and sparkle is joined by triple rows of luminous round cultured pearls