PLATINUM, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BRACELET, CIRCA 1920 The ornate openwork links set with a cushion-shaped sapphire weighing approximately 2.50 carats, and an old European-cut diamond weighing approximately .95 carat, set throughout with old European-cut and single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 5.50 carats, accented by calibré-cut sapphires, length 7¼ inches, maker's mark, numbered 1604, one small diamond and one sapphire missing.
PLATINUM, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BRACELET, SEAMAN SCHEPPS, CIRCA 1950. Designed as four foliate sprays of round and single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.50 carats, joined by three-row segments of calibré-cut sapphires, length 6¾ inches, signed Seaman Schepps.
Gold, silver, and diamond brooch, set with an octagonal sapphire engraved with the arms of Johann Hugo von Orsbeck (1634-1711), appointed Archbishop Prince Elector of Trier, 13 July, and Bishop of Speyer, 16 July 1676, Abbot of Prum and Provost of Weissenburg. Now framed within a foliate border. German. Sapphire intaglio: 17th century. Setting: 19th century. Click for source and additional commentary by Diana Scarisbrick
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DIAMOND BRACELET, 1930s. Designed as a series of geometric links connected by calibré-cut sapphires, each rectangular link set to the centre with a circular-cut diamond, the links further pierced and millegrain set with circular- and single-cut diamonds, length approximately 185mm, French assay marks.
Openwork diamond pendant France around 1920 Old European cut diamonds, rose-cut diamond, platinum. Antique fine jewelry x
RUBY AND DIAMOND BRACELET, EARLY 20TH CENTURY. Of open work design, millegrain-set with four circular-cut rubies and similarly cut diamonds, accented with calibré-cut ruby and diamond set geometric surrounds, to the scroll engraved gallery, mounted in platinum
Van Cleef And Arpels ballerina brooch
PLATINUM, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BRACELET. The articulated strap of openwork design, set with two cushion-cut sapphires weighing approximately 3.50 and 3.25 carats, accented by bullet-shaped, cushion and French-cut sapphires, further set with numerous baguette, old European and single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 13.00 carats, length 7¼; circa 1930.