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NATURAL PEARL AND DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY. Set with variously coloured natural pearls, millegrain set with circular- and single-cut diamonds, length approximately 420mm.

Victorian Natural Pearl, Diamond and Enamel Snake Brooch. French

Les bijoux d'Evelyn et Estée Lauder chez Sotheby's à New York

Les bijoux d'Evelyn et Estée Lauder chez Sotheby's à New York http://www.vogue.fr/joaillerie/news-joaillerie/diaporama/bijoux-estee-lauder-evelyn-lauder-sotheby-s-new-york-breast-cancer-research-foundation/10783/image/648393#bijoux-estee-lauder-evelyn-lauder-sotheby-039-s-new-york-breast-cancer-research-foundation

An enamel and gem-set pendant necklace, circa 1865. In the Holbeinesque style, centrally collet-set with an oval cabochon garnet, the border accented by rose-cut diamonds, to a white enamel border with circular orange paste accents, with highlights at the cardinal points, within a ropetwist frame, suspended from a double belcher-link chain.

Lalique 1900 signed 'Bows & Pearls' Brooch. Featuring a large baroque pearl, flanked by two ribbon bows set w/brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum

Ruby And Diamond Pendant Necklace Of Bow And Heart Design, Millegrain Set With Rose, Single-Cut And Pear-Shaped Diamonds, Cabochon, Calibre And Circular-Cut Rubies, Embellished With A Paired Heart Motif Set With Rose-Cut Pear Shaped Diamonds And Rubies c.1910 - Sotheby's 1910 Sotheby’s

Le collier 'Train des Fleurs' de Fabergé

Le collier "Train des Fleurs" de Fabergé #Fabergé #collar #jewelry

ENAMEL AND DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY The oval pendant embellished with blue guilloché enamel to a central basket motif set with circular- and rose-cut diamonds, dressed by an articulated frame designed as tied ribbons highlighted with diamonds, the hinged reverse opening to reveal two glazed compartments, on a fine chain

The Lothian Emeralds ~ Every generation of the family of the Marquis of Lothian has believed that the majority of these emeralds were given by the Empress Catherine II to their ancestor, the Earl of Buckinghamshire, during his embassy to St. Petersburg 1762-1765. He was handsome and the Empress was particularly susceptible to good looking men. He gave the necklace to his daughter who died childless and passed it to her sister's son, the Marquis of Lothian. It is still kept with this family.

Edwardian Diamond Pendant, of scrolling foliate form, suspending drops, and set with old European, old single, and rose-cut diamonds, millegrain accents, platinum-topped gold mount, suspended from delicate trace link chain.