The set to which belongs the stomacher, was made in 1840 by C.M. Weishaupt & Söhne in Hanau-am-Main. It also consists of a pair of ear-pendants and a large brooch, andwas probably commissioned to match an impressive necklace set with very big baroque pearls, which is one of the eldest pieces in the Danish royal collection, since it belonged to Queen Charlotte-Amalie, spouse of King Christian V.
PROPERTY OF AN IMPORTANT ITALIAN NOBLE FAMILY Pair of emerald and diamond pendent ear clips Each designed as a sugarloaf emerald suspended from and framed by marquise-shaped and brilliant-cut diamonds.
*A diamond and pearl corsage brooch/pendant, circa 1900 The openwork scrolling cartouche set with old brilliant and rose-cut diamonds, set to the centre with a 7.0mm pearl and a brilliant-cut diamond cluster, suspending a pearl drop with rose-cut diamond bow surmount, mounted in silver and gold.