A Georgian diamond and enamel panel Later mounted as a brooch, of bowed design, the oval blue enamel panel applied with a rose-cut diamond set floral spray, below later glazed panel, within a border of graduated rose and old-cut diamonds in closed foil-backed settings, length 3.7cm.
A diamond brooch, late 18th century Designed as a series of highly stylised floral clusters converted from buttons/dress ornaments, set with cushion, old brilliant and rose-cut diamonds in closed-back settings, mounted in silver, composite, length 7.0cm
Gold, amethyst, diamond, pearl and enamel bracelet, Carlo Giuliano, circa 1874-1895. Set in the center with a line of old mine diamonds and a pearl, accented by stylized palmettes applied with green and white champlevé enamel, flanked by cabochon amethysts with faceted undersides measuring approximately 31.0 by 16.0 mm., within beaded gold bezel surrounds accented by applied gold wire fringe, internal circumference 7¼ inches, signed C.G for Carlo Giuliano.
An art deco diamond and platinum brooch, circa 1930 the openwork shaped-rectangular panel centering a transitional-cut diamond within a square-shaped collet, pavé-set throughout with old European-cut diamonds, baguette-cut diamonds at the four points and detailed on the edges with old European-cut diamond collets; width: 2½in; estimated total diamond weight: 10.00 carats.