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A jadeite jade, diamond and platinum bracelet the link bracelet featuring floral and animal carved jadeite plaques, alternating with links of circular carvings within a stylized pagoda motif, set with old European-cut diamonds; estimated total diamond weight: 11.60 carats; length: 7 3/4in.

Art Deco Carved Jade Dragon Motif Plaque and Diamond Bracelet, circa 1925

The Thurn and Taxis Diamond and Emerald Jewel, c.1780, An important emerald and diamond-set jewel, centrally-set with a square step-cut emerald within a border of sixteen cushion-cut diamonds, mounted in silver and yellow gold, currently as a brooch.

A diamond and gem-set floral motif double-clip brooch composed of buff-topped rubies, sapphires, emeralds, amethysts and black onyx with round brilliant-cut diamond borders; estimated total diamond weight: 2.10 carats; mounted in platinum-topped eighteen karat gold.

Jade Elephants Cartier Earrings 1921

RUBY AND DIAMOND BRACELET, 1930S. The articulated bracelet of geometric plaque design, set with circular-cut and oval rubies, pear-shaped, circular-, single-cut and baguette diamonds, length approximately 176mm.

RUBY AND DIAMOND BRACELET, 1930S. The articulated bracelet of geometric plaque design, set with circular-cut and oval rubies, pear-shaped, circular-, single-cut and baguette diamonds, length approximately 176mm.

Art Deco Jewelry by Charles Jacqueau

An art deco jadeite jade and diamond clip, French, circa 1925 centering two floral and foliate carved and pierced jadeite plaques, surrounded by a shaped frame set with old European and single-cut diamonds, with millegrain accents; signed Cartier Paris, no. 63742, with French assay marks and maker's mark; estimated total diamond weight: 2.85 carats; mounted in platinum; length: 1 1/4in.

Cameo brooch pendant, Mughal. Production year 1925. Country France. Creator Strauss, Allard-et-Meyer. Material, Platinum, diamond, emerald and ruby.

AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND AND GREEN CHALCEDONY BROOCH Designed as a cluster of vari-sized green chalcedony grapes, suspended by old European and old mine-cut diamond leaves and stem, mounted in silver and gold, circa 1895, in a red leather case