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A brooch of agate moss Fabergé, workmaster Michael Perchin, St. Petersburg, circa 1890. the hexagonal facade composed of three moss agate sections within rose-cut diamond borders set with rubies and gems

FABERGÉ Diamond Enamel Moonstone Square Brooch | From a unique collection of vintage brooches at https://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/brooches/brooches/

ALBION ART ANTIQUE JEWELRY Platinum, Opal, Diamond Brooch, Early 20th century.

Revemer - necklace by Linda Kaye-Moses. Sterling and fine silver, quartz, 14k gold, shell, opal, aquamarine, apatite - metal clay techniques, roll-printing, patination.

Aquamarine and diamond parure, English, 1920s, by D&J Wellby Ltd (Royal Warrant of Appointment). Consisting of a pendant necklace and a pair of ear pendants set with aquamarines and rose diamonds, mounted in platinum and gold.

Fabergè Brooch signed Mikhail Perkin ( 1896-1903) St Petersburg. Ordered by Emanuel Nobel for his daughter.

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

Circa 1850 Russian pink tourmaline and diamond brooch. According to family, the brooch was a gift from Emperor Nikolay I to the Danish soprano Sophie Östergaard.

An Art Nouveau 'Peacock' brooch, Austrian, 1890-1900s. Composed of plique--à-jour enamel, guilloché enamel, cabochon sapphires, ruby, rose-cut diamonds, 14K gold and silver.

A Renaissance Revival garnet, diamond and enamel pendant, 3rd quarter, 19th century the openwork quatrefoil pendant centering a square-shaped garnet within a surround of elaborate white, red, green, blue and black enamel; the reverse detailed throughout with table-cut diamonds; with fitted box signed Harvey & Gore, 4 Burlington Gardens, London; mounted in eighteen karat gold; dimensions: 2 5/8 x 2 3/4in.