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A DIAMOND, PEARL AND GEM-SET BRACELET The line of collet-set old-cut diamonds set at the centre with a pearl between a cabochon ruby and sapphire, circa 1930, 16.2 cm. long, with three extension links measuring 1.2 cm. long, in fitted dark blue leather case. Accompanied by report No. 980234 dated 3rd April 2006 from the Precious Stone Laboratory, London, stating that the pearl was found to be natural.

Gold, diamond, ruby, and emerald miniature bracelet, the flexible band with centerpiece enclosing a portrait of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) wearing a tiara on her head, earrings and pearls, flowers in her hair, facing three quarters front, within a diamond frame interspersed with four emeralds and four rubies. The back is inscribed MEINE THEUREN NICHTE STEFANIE VON VICTORIA RAM (9TEN MAI 1858) (MY DEAR NIECE STEPHANIE FROM VICTORIA R. (9 MAY 1858)). English.

AN ANTIQUE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BROOCH/CLASP Designed as a cluster, the central cabochon sapphire within a double border of old-cut diamonds, mounted in silver and gold, brooch fittings detachable, 2.2 cm. wide, circa 1890.

Gold, silver, enamel, rock crystal, diamond, ruby and emerald oval pendant, hanging from rose diamond love trophy of Cupid's wedding torch and quiver of arrows held by a suspension loop. The centre of the rock crystal is encrusted with two rose diamond turtle doves in flight with an emerald and ruby branch of myrtle leaves and berries between them...

Gorgeous ..... From Elizabeth Taylor's collection!

Baring Ruby Necklace worn with the Burmese Ruby Tiara by HM Queen Elizabeth II

A ruby and diamond tiara, second half of the 19th century, formerly in the collection of Mary, Duchess of Roxburghe.Marie Poutine's Jewels & Royals: Gem Set and Diamond Tiaras


Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother's Diamond Collet Coronation Necklace. In 1937 George VI gifted his wife, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Consort this Diamond Collet Necklace for the occasion of their coronation. Necklace was comprised of 40 brilliant cut diamonds & was a favorite of The Queen Mother's. Upon her death necklace passed on to her daughter Queen Elizabeth II. In 2007 HM loaned piece to daughter in law, HRH Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall for 60th Birthday. Duchess shortened it to 31 diamonds.