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Seven natural pearls in yellow gold ring. Lovely detailed engraving on the band. Circa 1820 (Georgian), England.

SIMPLE PEARL RING - This is just lovely...

Three color gold brooch / pendant, France, ca. 1830-1840, natural pearls, yellow gold, white gold, pink gold, 4 x 3.1 cm, 13.7 g

Antique Natural Pearl and Diamond Two-in-One Ring, 19th-century Victorian treasure: A perfectly matched pair of lustrous natural pearl & sparkling diamond rings delicately crafted in rich 18K yellow gold / Lang Antiques

Giardinetti Necklace, c. 1760, gold, silver, diaminds, emeralds, rubies, The giardinetti jewel of which this necklace is an important example demonstrates that passion for colour and flowers characteristic of the eighteenth century decorative arts was not reserved for ceramics and textiles but was also expressed in jewellery. Worn like a garland round the neck the flowers would add a festive note to the toilette of the woman who wore it, and delight the eyes of all who saw her.

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Black Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Ring

Georgian Citrine Natural Pearl Ring, c. 1820

ALBION ART Historical Jewelry - Ancient Gold, silver, diamond, pearl, enamel ring, ca. 1770, Private Collection.

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Georgian Topaz Diamond Ring

English ring, circa 1750 - 1780, with centered natural golden topaz set east west and flanked with two old mine cut diamonds, 10K yellow gold.

An Art Nouveau plique-à-jour enamel, gold & pearl pendant/brooch, probably Austrian, 1900-1910. Composed of natural pearls, rose-cut diamonds, platinum & gold.

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18th C. Sapphire Diamond Ring Exceptional

18th C. Sapphire Diamond Ring Exceptional. The estimated 1.5 carat gem has a delightfully distinct and ethereal pale blue coloration and is foiled and set closed back in 15k yellow gold. Each shoulder is appointed with an open work bridge and arched design set with a pair of rose cut diamonds (four in all with an estimated total weight of .12 carats) set in silver. Vertical bands along the sides add textural and visual interest to an unadorned smooth silken shank. Date: Circa 1750 - 1770.