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Chaumet (Jewels) 1979 Necklace Set of Jewels

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Anmol Jewellers detachable necklace cum choker with diamonds and emeralds.

Platinum millegrain stomacher brooch in the form of a bowknot with diamond ribbons enclosing sprays of diamond leaves with natural pearl berries, meeting at a large centre button pearl within a navette shaped frame and terminating in twin pear-shaped diamonds swinging in diamond borders. Chaumet, Paris, c. 1900.

Ruby and diamond necklace, 19th century. Designed as a series of cluster and foliate motifs, each set at the center with oval and cushion shaped rubies, the central motif set with a foiled back garnet, highlighted with circular cut and rose diamonds, each element detachable and could be worn as separate jewels or as a tiara. Could be early 19th century or Georgian period

Garland style stomacher Chaumet.Circa 1906

Emerald and diamond necklace - Designed by Ostertag; set with carved emeralds and diamonds in platinum; circa 1930. The longest dangle on the necklace and the earrings are each about 3 1/2 inches long. Photograph by Tino Hammid.

Platinum millegrain stomacher brooch in the form of a bowknot with diamond ribbons enclosing sprays of diamond leaves with natural pearl berries, meeting at a large centre button pearl within a navette shaped frame and terminating in twin pear-shaped diamonds swinging in diamond borders. Chaumet, Paris, c. 1900.

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Classic Diamond Wreath Necklace set in platinum

Classic Diamond Wreath Necklace set in platinum | From a unique collection of vintage choker necklaces at http://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/necklaces/choker-necklaces/

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.

DIAMOND TIARA, LATE 19TH CENTURY, Designed as a foliate spray set with circular-cut and rose diamonds, the three flowers set en tremblent, fitted case, accompanied by three tiara frames, five hair pin fittings, four brooch pins and five original drawings depicting the various combinations for the jewels to be worn as a tiara, necklace, aigrette, brooches and corsage ornament, six small rose diamonds deficient.