A Diamond Pendant Necklace Weighing Approximately 50.52 Carats. Christie's image Ltd 2012 Suspending a pear-shaped diamond, weighing approximately 50.52 carats, from a circular-cut diamond, weighing approximately 2.28 carats, to the fine link neckchain, mounted in platinum, 17½ ins.
Turquoise, lapis lazuli and diamond sautoir, Van Cleef & Arpels, 1929. photo Sotheby's The tassel of turquoise beads to a circular stepped lapis lazuli surmount embellished with millegrain-set single-cut diamonds, suspended from a plain turquoise bead necklace
An Art Nouveau pendant-necklace, by René Lalique, circa 1900. Originally probably a hair ornament, the pendant designed as a peacock, a symbol of immortality, decorated with iridescent enamel, the end of the feather set with a cabochon opal, mounted in gold, suspended from a chain composed of gold, enamel and opal beads. Signed. #Lalique #ArtNouveau #pendant