1930s Art Deco Cats Eye and Diamond Ring. This is an Art Deco ring from circa 1930s with a very fine and transparent Cat's Eye Chrysoberyl gem of 10.20 carats, surrounded by round and emerald cut diamonds of circa 1.50 carats. The Cat's Eye has the milk and honey colour and shows a beautiful eye in the center. C 1930s
A diamond single-stone ring, circa 1935 The old brilliant-cut diamond, weighing 10.05 carats, between a double border of brilliant-cut diamonds, to a scrolling openwork gallery set with single and old brilliant-cut diamonds, remaining diamonds approximately 1.55 carats total.
Love Ring.Mid-18th century. An eighteenth-century French gold, silver, diamond, ruby and emerald ring in the form of two hearts framed by leaves and berries of the myrtle plant (symbol of marriage), surmounted by a viscount's crown.
An art deco diamond, emerald and onyx bracelet, circa 1925 designed as three oval-shaped panels each centering an old marquise-shaped diamond within an openwork surround of round brilliant-cut diamonds, calibré-cut emeralds and (later) onyx, each with smaller diamond and emerald openwork spacers; marquise diamonds each approximately: 1.00 carat; remaining diamonds weighing approximately: 4.75 carats total; mounted in platinum; length: 6 5/8in. (several small stones deficient)