ENAMEL, OPAL, PEARL AND DIAMOND BROOCH, LATE 19TH CENTURY. Designed as a pair of opposing serpents, their jaws clasping a circular-cut diamond, to a central navette-shaped opal within a diamond-set open work foliate surround of jasmine, suspending a baroque pearl and a diamond drop
DIAMOND DEVANT DE CORSAGE, 1860S. Of foliate design, centring on a diamond cluster within an open work surround of acanthus and ivy leaves, suspending five articulated pendant drops, set with cushion-, pear-shaped, circular- and rose-cut diamonds, further embellished with cushion-shaped and circular-cut stones in cut-down collets, later brooch fitting, original fitted case.
A natural pearl and diamond brooch by René LALIQUE, circa 1900. Featuring a large baroque pearl, flanked by two ribbon bows set with brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum. Signed LALIQUE. #lalique
An early 19th century paste brooch Of girandole design set with 'aquamarine' coloured vari-shaped mixed-cut pastes, the shaped surmount with central cushion-cut single stone and square and circular accents within a cannetille surround, suspending triple pear shaped drops, in gilt metal mounts with coloured foil backs, circa 1830, the central drop in open mount
ENAMEL AND DIAMOND BROOCH, LATE 19TH CENTURY - designed as a pair of opposing dragonflies with plique-a-jour enamel wings and diamond enhanced eyes, surrounding a stylised Kingcup, the leaves and buds further embellished with enamelled decoration. | Sotheby's