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Belle Epoque diamond necklace. Cartier. Paris. Sold in Magnificent Jewelry sale Sotheby’s New York October 1990

Antique Openwork Diamond Pendant

Edwardian Platinum and Diamond Pendant, the elaborate piercework form set with old European and rose-cut diamonds, approx. total wt. 3.00 cts., lg. 2 1/2 in., and suspended from delicate trace link chain.

Platinum millegrain and diamond fittings attached to an openwork platinum millegrain circular pendant, outlined by a diamond border. This encloses a tall basket of diamond flowers centred on a collet diamond, and joined to the necklace by a ribbon tied into a bow, and surrounded by an openwork garland of flowers and leaves on "knife-edge" wires. C. 1910

A BELLE EPOQUE DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE BROOCH Set with a pear-shaped diamond, weighing approximately 3.14 carats, trimmed with calibré-cut sapphires, suspending two tassels with collet-set diamond terminals, joined by an old European-cut diamond bow link, from two single-cut diamond and square-cut sapphire chains, to the old European and single-cut diamond foliate bar brooch, suspending three articulated collet-set diamonds, mounted in platinum, circa 1915

A Belle Epoque pin of an aquamarine cameo with facetted back- 4 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 & leafy branches with a pear shaped diamond hanging below, it is attached by chains to the trumpet shaped flower heads & the suspension loop at the top, all diamond set. Cameo: 18th century style. Pendant: 1905. #EdwardianAquamarine

Belle Epoque brooch and necklace. Check out this masterwork. The whole top part is the brooch fitting, it unscrews and the bottom swag with the three drops attaches to a chain to be worn as a necklace. Beyond fabulous. Beyond my price range. English, c. 1905

An Art Nouveau plique-à-jour enamel, gold and pearl pendant/brooch, probably Austrian, 1900-1910. Composed of natural pearls, rose diamonds, platinum and gold.

An Edwardian ruby and diamond necklace of intricate design, by Cartier. The pendant section set with old round European-cut diamonds weighing approximately 17 carats in total and calibré-cut rubies set in yellow gold. The diamond necklace section set with single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 6 carats in total. Circa 1914.