Art Deco Emerald An Art Deco era emerald and diamond ring. The octagonal emerald measuring 11.4 x 9.58mm, weight approximately 3.00 ct. Set within a decorative halo border of four baguette cut and sixteen old brilliant cut diamonds. Platinum. An Art Deco original, circa 1925.
Queen Marie José Royal Ruby Ring, c. 1870, gold, silver, diamonds, ruby (8.48ct). When Belgian Princess Marie-José married the Prince of Piedmont, future Umberto II in 1930, she received jewellery inherited from his grandmother, Queen Margherita. He chose the ring for Princess, married to the heir to the throne of Italy, for the royal character of the “pigeon-blood” ruby from Burma within its diamond frame blended harmoniously with Queen Margherita’s bequests.
René Lalique Diamond ring. The large diamond is set vertically along the bezel, framed within a border of green leaves on black stalks, with the shoulders also enamelled dark green. By René Lalique c.1902-4.
Tendane Art Deco / Straight lines, geometry, games onyx and emeralds, rock crystal and citrine baguette .... a very crazy year wind blows on jewelry creations.
An Art Deco star sapphire and diamond ring, 1920s The oval-shaped cabochon star sapphire, set within a diamond-set engraved partial surround, the pierced diamond-set shoulder of buckle motif, with baguette-cut diamond accents, mounted in platinum, sapphire weighing approximately 6.00-8.00 carats, diamonds approximately 0.25 carat total