Georgian Aquamarine Cannetille Cross - Brooch/Pendant Cross of 15K Yellow gold in typical of the period Cannetille craftmanship. Five large faceted oval and cushion cut natural aquamarines, foil and closed backed. circa 1820. The Three Graces
A turquoise and diamond cross brooch/pendant, circa 1840 Centrally-set with an oval-cut diamond, each arm with applied cannetille decoration set with a pear-shaped cabochon turquoise and cushion-shaped diamond accents, suspending a similarly-set fringe, to a detachable surmount, principal diamond approx. 0.90ct, remaining diamonds approx. 0.80ct total, length 7.4cm, fitted case
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Italian, 16th century, Pectoral cross set with intaglios with signs of the zodiac. Photo courtesy Sotheby's
Necklace given to La Duca by her mother on the occasion of her joining the court. It was later inherited by her daughter Beatrice and her descedants.
A cross set with cabochon cut labradorites, white pearls, blue enamel, in 18k gold.
Pectoral cross belonged to the archbishop Spanish Sicard , who ruled the diocese Turritan 1702-1714 .