AN ANTIQUE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND NECKLACE The lozenge-shaped pendant/brooch set with lines of cushion-shaped sapphires and old-cut diamonds, centering upon a sapphire cameo depicting a woman in profile, the gold reverse inscribed 'Soul' in Ancient Greek, to the knife-edge chain set with alternated diamond-set lozenge-shaped links and oval-sapphires with diamond collet detail, additional pendant and brooch fittings, mounted in silver and gold, composite, late 19th Century
Victorian Emerald Diamond Gold Ring. An antique three-stone emerald ring with diamond accents, in 18k gold. Circa 1890
During the 1940’s, aquamarines were the most popular of all gemstones. The famous Tiffany’s suite shown below, included a bracelet, necklace, earrings and ring with large rectangle center aquamarines. All set in curved gold settings accompanied with sapphires and diamonds. This stunning set was illustrated in the August 1942 issue of Promenade, at a cost of $7,000.00.
Grand Duchess Ella's famous chain link diamond necklace
Dutch royal jewels
Queen Mary's Large Pearl Button Earrings. However, the Royal Collection’s site includes the Ladies of Devonshire earrings; click here to see them. These seem to be the larger pearl and diamond pair of earrings, having a larger diamond in a different setting than the earrings worn nearly every day, so past identifications could be an error.