A jadeite and diamond brooch Formed as a flower spray, set with bright apple green carved jadeite flower heads, the largest measuring approximately 18.1 x 29.7 x 2.8mm, interspersed with flowerheads set with round brilliant-cut diamonds, some of yellow hues, the stems inlaid with baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k yellow and white gold, the diamonds estimated to weigh approximately 0.85 carats in total, brooch length 8.0cm
Pendant, white nephrite jade, set with rubies and emeralds in gold using kundan technique. India, possibly Pakistan, circa early 17th century
A JADEITE AND DIAMOND FLORAL BROOCH Designed as a flowerhead composed of brilliant emerald green jadeite and pavé-set diamond petals with a diamond trefoil centre, extending sprays of matching jadeite leaves, further enhanced by a diamond-set scrolling ribbon and spray detail, mounted in 18K white gold, jadeite plaques with carved-in concave backs
Estimate 1,200,000 — 1,400,000 HKD. Lot sold 1,700,000 HKD. Photo: Sotheby's 2011. The double-stranded necklace set with one hundred and fifty-nine graduated jadeite beads of emerald green colour and fine translucency, completed by an openwork clasp set with brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in 18 karat white gold, detachable as two necklaces, length approximately 620 and 660mm. Beads approximately 6.48 to 9.78mm. Accompanied by Hong Kong Jade & Stone Laboratory certificate numbered KJ580
Jadeite, Ruby and Diamond Brooch. The brooch suspending two translucent jadeites of celadon tone, carved with two bats, to a surmount set with icy jadeite and jadeite cabochons, cabochon rubies and diamonds, mounted in 18 karat blackened gold, with pendant loop fitting.