Currently on Ebay. This is the first time I've seen the cabochon version in blue with the dark gold finish. The stones are nice and clear too - stunning! I already have a blue so you won't be bidding against me :)
Silver and gold badge of the Order of Christ, the diamond cross in a paved ruby surround expanded at the ends hangs from a diamond bowknot ribbons meeting at a ruby heart, weeping diamond tears. Symbolic of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ, surrounded by an emerald crown of thorns, surmounted by a small diamond cross. Portuguese, c. 1780
[Image 2] A JEWELLED AND ENAMELLED GOLD CROSS PENDANT AND CHAIN, GEORGIAN, LATE 17TH CENTURY, centred with a table-cut emerald within rubies and a sapphire, all collet-set within a turquoise-coloured enamel divided line border.
A GOTHIC REVIVAL GOLD BROOCH SET WITH GEM STONES, by Messrs John Hardman & Co., the design attributed to A.W.N. Pugin, circa 1860. In the form of a Gothic cross of gold centered with an amethyst, each axis terminated with an emerald.
Inshiniya of the Order of Christ. Rococco c 1780, Portugal, gold, silver, diamond, ruby, emerald. The Order of Christ founded 1532 as the prestigious rank of Portugal, which was intended to involve the authority dedicated to the royal family with limited to Roman Catholics.