a something blue!? Love it, of course! <3 Vintage Natural Aquamarine & Diamond Ring Solid 18K White Gold
Aquamarine diamond clip in yellow gold by Jean Schlumberger; c. 1965.
An aquamarine, enamel and diamond brooch. The large step-cut aquamarine within a black enamel surround, highlighted with rows of brilliant-cut diamonds, to pierced geometric similarly-cut diamond terminals, diamonds approx. 1.20cts total, length 5.7cm. Art Deco or Art Deco style.
THE OCEANS TIARA~ Created in 2011 by Van Cleef & Arpels for Princess Charlene of Monaco, gift from Prince Albert II of Monaco on the occasion of their 2011 wedding. Represents ocean waves, can be converted into a necklace. More than 850 diamonds and 359 sapphires in three shades, totaling over 1,200 stones and 70 carats.
SYNTHETIC SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BRACELET, 1930S. The wide articulated band of open work geometric design, millegrain-set with circular- and single-cut diamonds, accented with calibré-cut synthetic sapphires, the edges of the band and reverse of clasp engraved with scroll motifs, length approximately 190mm.
Harry Winston ring - gorgeous
A diamond bow brooch, by Hagneaux, circa 1935 Of geometric and scrolling design, millegrain-set throughout with cushion-shaped, rose and old brilliant-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 7.80cts total, maker's mark AH, French assay marks, later converted from a double-clip brooch, width 6.7cm
The aquamarine cameo with facetted back represent four Cupids (putti) playing the part of vintagers...Mounted as a pendant within a rose diamond mille-grain border, hanging within an open frame of floral and leafy branches with a pear shaped diamond hanging below, it is attached by chains to the trumpet shaped flower heads and the suspension loop at the top, all diamond set. Cameo: 18th century style. Pendant: 1905. (re-pin)
A BELLE ÉPOQUE GEM-SET AND ENAMEL BROOCH. Designed as an independently-set pear-shaped cabochon opal, within an openwork old European-cut diamond surround, enhanced by green enamel paisleys, each centring upon an old European-cut diamond and single-cut emerald foliate motif, from a navette-shaped old European-cut diamond plaque, centring upon an oval cabochon opal, accented by cabochon emeralds, mounted in platinum, circa 1915.